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According to Rangers spokesperson, the suspects were arrested during targeted raids conducted in parts of city including Rizvia, Steel Town, Model Colony, Memon Goth and Al Falah.
When asked about accusations made by the Indian Army Chief that Pakistan and China are behind the influx of people from Bangladesh to India's northeast, the spokesperson termed them a figment of the Indian Army Chief's imagination.
The party's spokespersons said that hundreds of Kashmiri prisoners in and outside Jammu and Kashmir jails are going through tough times as courts are not willing to hear their cases on regular basis though the said prisoners are undergoing imprisonment since long.
When asked to comment on the recent tweet by President Trump, the spokesperson maintained that his "concerns" were nothing new and he had expressed that concern months ago.
The spokesperson reminded thatPakistanhas fought the war on terror largely from its own resources which cost it $120 billion over the last15 years.
On the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, the FO spokesperson said Pakistan strongly supports the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation's (OIC) stance on Jerusalem and will vote on the matter in principle.
The top leadership has also told BJP leaders, other than the spokespersons or those authorised by the state unit president, from participating on TV debates.
Government establishments should also look at other organisations, who have successfully appointed a spokesperson and learn from their success, it was discussed.
No surprises there since these spokespersons are known supporters of Roxas.
The spokesperson said we also expect the Afghan government to refrain from taking any action that may be detrimental to peace and stability on the border.
Whether it is breaking news, a clarification or a simple press release, the spokesperson is the one to contact for the right information.
The question was asked to the two panellists: Joshua Baker, the US Department of State's regional Arabic-language spokesperson, and Rosemary Davis, regional spokesperson for the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office.