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The announcement by one of Sharif’s longstanding political allies marks a fresh blow for the premier as he awaits a ruling, expected on Friday, that could disqualify him from office.
Sharif this month dismissed as slander a report from the corruption investigation that raised questions about his wealth.
“The day Supreme Court decides – whether it is in favour of Nawaz Sharif or against him – I have decided I will quit my ministry and I will also quit the National Assembly,” Khan said.
Khan said his heart was no longer in politics and he wanted to end his 33-year association with PML-N.
“I’m done with politics,” Khan told a news conference.
Khan’s importance to PML-N over the years has been enhanced by his close ties with Pakistan’s powerful military. Khan’s elder brother once served as chief of the army general staff and his brother-in-law was also a powerful general.
Analysts say Khan has often acted as a bridge between the military and Sharif, who has had tumultuous relations with the army during his three stints in power.
SUPREME COURT VERDICT
Khan praised Sharif’s decency during his news conference, but he lashed out against sycophants close to the premier and spoke of a conspiracy to exclude him from meetings.
“I had the courage to tell the truth in front of Nawaz Sharif no matter how bitter that truth was,” Nisar said.
Political analyst Rasul Baksh Rais said the Supreme Court’s decision would make or break the PML-N’s fortunes in elections due next year, but added that Khan’s departure would have little impact.
“If the ruling goes against Mr. Nawaz Sharif, then the Muslim League-N is not going to maintain its coherence, its public appeal. It will lose and the winner will be … (opposition leader) Imran Khan” said Rais, who teaches politics at the Lahore University of Management Sciences.
Any ruling short of disqualification would mean “politics as usual”, he added.
AFP journalists saw thousands of worshippers streaming into the Haram al-Sharif compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, for afternoon prayers. The site includes the Al-Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock.
A last-minute confrontation threatened to derail the planned end of the boycott as Israeli police were keeping one of the gates leading to the holy site closed.
The gate is where two Israeli policemen were killed on July 14, prompting the new security measures.
Police later opened the gate and Palestinians stuck to their plan to end the boycott.
A tense standoff had been underway between Israel and Muslim worshippers at the holy site despite the removal of metal detectors on Tuesday.
Newly installed railings and scaffolding where cameras were previously mounted were also cleared early Thursday, after which police said all new security measures had now been removed.
Muslims had refused to enter the compound and prayed in the streets outside after Israel installed the new security measures.
Palestinians viewed the move as Israel asserting further control.
In response to the removal of the security measures, Muslim authorities called on worshippers to return.
Israeli authorities said the metal detectors were needed because the July 14 attackers smuggled guns into the compound and emerged from it to attack the officers.
Deadly unrest erupted in the days after the new measures were introduced, with clashes breaking out around the compound and in the occupied West Bank, leaving five Palestinians dead.
A Palestinian also broke into a home in a Jewish settlement in the West Bank last week and stabbed four Israelis, killing three of them.
County cricket teaches you a lot and helps you grow as a cricketer, says Cheteshwar Pujara as the Indian batsman emphasised the benefits of playing in England’s domestic competition after scoring his 12th Test century.
Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel felicitated the Indian women’s cricket team in New Delhi on Thursday. The felicitation ceremony was held over India’s overwhelming performance in the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017. While addressing the gathering, Goel said the Mithali Raj-led side might have lost the finals against hosts England at Lord’s by nine runs, but they have won the hearts of the entire country. In the nail biting finals, Mithali Raj-led Indian women team lost to England over a mere 9 runs.
The company had posted a net profit of Rs 2,384.67 crore for the April-June quarter a year ago, ITC said in a BSE filing.
ITC’s net sales during the period under review was up 4.29 per cent to Rs 13,722.21 crore, as against Rs 13,156.68 crore in the corresponding quarter last fiscal.
Its total expenses were up 3.34 per cent to Rs 10,332.61 crore, as against Rs 9,998.18 crore of Q1 FY 2016-17.
Shares of ITC today settled at Rs 288.65 on BSE, down 1.62 per cent from previous close.