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Imran Khan said when he was called by the court he had presented his 40-year record before it and did not make any hue and cry about democracy getting in danger. 'When these people are questioned, democracy comes under danger', he said.
Strict action must also be taken against those who use this string for kite flying and put the lives of innocent people in danger. The practice of use of roads for rallies, processions, sit-ins and illegal markets block roads all over Pakistan causing immense misery for the people, particularly for the health care providers, ambulances and the ailing people.
Dr Sajjad said the PMA had been continuously raising its voice against road blockages that put human lives in danger.
'Democracy is in danger because of the politics of sit-ins,' he viewed.
'Democracy is in danger because of sit-in politics,' Nisar told reporters.
How Israel increases its odds of international prosecution When the criminal records of IDF war criminals are expunged, the government puts them in danger of being tried abroad.
Chelsea went down 2-1 at Shakhtar Donetsk, leaving them in danger of becoming the first holders in Champions League history to crash out before the knockout phase.
The London side are now in danger of exiting the tournament at the first hurdle if they don't beat the Warriors at Adams Park on Sunday.
Now an officer has warned those responsible that they risk electrocuting themselves and are also putting others in danger.
THIEVES stealing metal for scrap are putting lives in danger on railways and electricity networks.
It was not easy in difficult conditions at Upper Park but the home side were never really in danger as they turned to enjoy the advantage of the strong wind after a purple patch just before half-time.
A CYCLE speedway club which goes back almost 60 years is in danger of folding after a spate of break-ins and vandal attacks.