ISLAMABAD: Though it is legal and in accordance with the Hanafi school of thought, the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) on Wednesday supported the imposing of punishment for triple talaq in one sitting. CII Chairman Dr Qibla Ayaz said the council believes that this is in accordance with fiqh, but it is something which needs to be discouraged. Talking to media persons on Wednesday, Dr Ayaz discussed the ruling by the Indian Supreme Court regarding the announcement of triple talaq at one time.
ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Planning and Development was informed here on Friday that lethargic attitude of the Balochistan government was responsible for delaying water supply projects in Gwadar. The committee was told that a master plan for Gwadar would be finalised by August next year, but the local authorities were already issuing no-objection certificates (NOCs) for building commercial and housing schemes in Gwadar which should be stopped.
ISLAMABAD: A parliamentary committee has rejected a bill presented by the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) for land reforms. Apart from mover S.A. Iqbal Qadri, only the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz members attended the meeting of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Information on Thursday and rejected ‘The Redistributive Land Reforms Bill, 2017’ on the grounds that it may not be passed by the National Assembly.
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