Monday, November 19, 2012

Workers Convention at Narowal - A Pictorial Journey of Moonis Elahi's Visit.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Moonis Elahi attends 4th death anniversary of Sardar Hassan Akhtar Mokal

Lahore (November 12, 2012) Pakistan Muslim League central leader and MPA Moonis Elahi attended 4th death anniversary of former Deputy Speaker of the Punjab Assembly and former Provincial Minister Sardar Hassan Akhtar Mokal at Bhangwala district Kasur today and joined Sardar Waqas Hassan Mokal, Sardar Ali Hassan Mokal and Sardar Jahanzaib Mokal and others in offering prayers for the departed soul.
On this occasion, Nasir Mahmud Gill, Zafarullah Cheema, Sardar Owais Asif Nakai, Sardar Abid Mahmud, Ch Sajjad Majeed Warraich, Rashed Majeed Warraich, Sardar Ishtiaq Hussain, Sardar Muhammad Anwar Nakai, Ch Nadeem Aziz Sindhu,Sardar Sajjad, Majeed Nakai,Sardar Imtiaz Mahmud Nakai, Sardar Khalid Mahmudul Hassan, Sardar Ahmad Hassan and other leaders were also present.
After collective "dua", Moonis Elahi met PML workers, former Nazims, Naib Nazims and Tehsil Nazims individually.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Every new born child in Punjab is under debt of lakhs of rupees due to faulty policies of N League: Moonis Elahi

Lahore (November 05, 2012) Pakistan Muslim League central leader and MPA Moonis Elahi has said that because of faulty policies N-League every new born child in Punjab is under debt of lakhs of rupees, N-League has destroyed prosperous Punjab, banks and Shahbaz Sharif who has wasted billions of rupees on flop schemes should now be ready to be accountable to the people.
He said this while addressing the Workers Convention in Shakkargarh district Narowal today. The Convention was also addressed by Peoples Party MNA Tariq Anees, PML MPA Col (Retd) Muhammad Abbas, former MPAs Ch Karamat Ali and Ch Yaqoob and former Nazim Abid Dhillon.

Moonis Elahi said that in 2002, in view of importance of Narowal, we had completed development works worth five billion rupees during our five years period whereas Sharif Brothers have spent less than one billion of rupees during their previous and present era together for the development of this district. He said we had constructed 70 kilometers long pukka water courses in Narowal, improved irrigation system, checked water theft, provided lazer land levelers at the Union Councils levels and on top of everything else, remitted Abiana of the small farmers. He said that we had got loans for the farmers of Punjab from banks on easy terms only at 5 per cent markup and had exempted the cultivators of twelve and half acres of land from Agriculture Tax
Continuing Moonis Elahi said that during our tenure we had achieved very clear success in every field including education, health, agriculture, roads, industry, law and order in order to turn Punjab into a real welfare province. He said in order to turned Punjab into a bankrupt province has started flop schemes like Sasti Roti Scheme, Langar Scheme, Food Stamp Scheme, Yellow Cab Scheme, Ashiana Housing Scheme, Daanish Schools, Lap Tops, Green Tractors Scheme and now have started Metro Bus in Lahore also thus snatching every loaf of bread from the mouths of the people of Punjab. He said because of this, even the State Bank of Pakistan has been forced to say that because of faulty policies of N-League every new child in Punjab is under debt of lakhs of rupees.

Moonis Elahi said further that we had provided jobs to lakhs of people in the province during our tenure whereas during the rule of N-League as many as 1.5 crore people have been rendered unemployed, during our tenure 90 lakh people crossed the poverty line and moved up and in N-League period 2. 5 crore people have gone below the poverty line, nobody's honour is safe today, crime rate is increasing rapidly, innocent people are being implicated in false cases and made victims of fake encounters, Pakistan Muslim League leaders and workers are also being harassed and false cases being registered against them whereas on the other hand the real culprits are roaming free and flying in helicopters
Moonis Elahi asked the gathering whether today's Punjab is better or of the tenure of Ch Parvez Elahi was better. He said that we had taken steps to eliminate poverty whereas N-League is busy in eliminating the poor instead of poverty. He said Insha-Allah on coming power we would take steps for ensuring marked improvement not only in Narowal but also in every constituency of the Punjab.

Peoples Party MNA Tariq Anees welcomed Moonis Elahi on visiting Shakkargarh and said that after winning the bye-elections we would present MPA's seat as a gift to Moonis Elahi. He said that alliance between the Peoples Party Pakistan Muslim League have made the opponents sleepless.

PML MPA Col (R) Muhammad Abbas welcomed Chief Minister of 2013 Moonis Elahi to the Workers Convention and said that we would move step in step with Moonis Elahi who is carrying forward manifesto of Ch Parvez Elahi. He said Ch Parvez Elahi during his tenure as the Chief Minister had provided funds of billions of rupees and this is the reason that Pakistan Muslim League is popular in the Punjab even today like in the past. He said prior to entering into alliance with the Peoples Party, Ch Shujat Hussain and Ch Parvez Elahi had taken all their parliamentarians into confidence. He asked the N-League to stop doing politics of rigging and said that we would not allow rigging of any sort in Narowal bye-elections.

On this occasion, Pakistan Muslim League candidate from PP-133 Omar Sharif said that the PML workers would not let the looters of N-League in their objective on November 27 and eliminate politics of hypocrisy from this tehsil PML MPAs Khalid Asghar Ghural and Bao Muhammad Rizwan, PPP district Narowal President Ch Anwarul Haq, Rana Iftikhar Ahmad, Haji MuhammadTabussum, Tariq Khurshid, Ch Sultan, Ch Abdul Hameed, Nasir Mahmud Gill, Abdul Rashid Booti and Zulfiqar Pappan were among the large number of workers and people from all walks of life who actively participated in the convention.
Earlier on arrival in Shakkargarh, enthusiastic and warm welcome was accorded to Moonis Elahi, he was profusely garlanded and flower petals were showered on him. Banners inscribed with welcome slogans were displayed all around.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Punjab Governor calls on Ch Shujat Hussain, Parvez Elahi and Moonis Elahi

Lahore: 31-10-2012: Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khan Khosa called on Pakistan Muslim League President Senator Ch Shujat Hussain and senior central leader and Deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvez Elahi at their residence here today.

During the meeting, in which Moonis Elahi was also present, views were exchanged at some length regarding overall Punjab situation and other important matters. They also discussed the forthcoming bye-elections being held to fill the vacant seats of the National and Provincial Assemblies.
On this occasion Governor Sardar Latif Khan Khosa said that Pakistan Peoples’ Party alliance with Pakistan Muslim League is not for some time, we attach great importance to this alliance, both the parties will not only contest the bye-elections hand in hand with each other to defeat the opponents but also in the general elections and get the air out of balloons of those raising empty slogans.

Ch Shujat Hussain and Ch Parvez Elahi maintained that they entered into alliance with the Peoples Party was not for personal interests but in the larger interests of the nation and the country and it would remain intact. They said that like bye-elections, both the parties would put up best candidates through seat adjustment in the general elections as well adding that the results of the elections would be quite humiliating for the opponents contrary to all their tall claims.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Moonis Elahi and his wife are not involved in money laundering. FIA, No further action is required as of present, Supreme Court

Islamabad (July 19, 2012) Supreme Court of Pakistan has ordered after FIA report in the NICL case that no further action is required against Moonis Elahi and his wife as of present.

However, the apex court in the NICL contempt case has again issued notices to former DG FIA Malik Muhammad Iqbal and former Secretary Establishment Rauf Chaudhry. Further hearing in the case has been postponed for three weeks.

Three member bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry was informed by Director Legal FIA that about the money transferred in the accounts of Moonis Elahi and his wife, money laundering or any other crime could not be established. There is Money Laundering Act in the country but so far Pakistan has not signed any accord with any country regarding money laundering.
The Chief Justice observed that money coming from abroad runs the economy of the country and money coming from abroad should not be stopped.

Postponing the hearing of the case, the court ordered the FIA that on the next date of hearing, report about recovery in the NICL case should be submitted while the court has again sought reply from the parties on the Justice (retd) Ghulam Rabbani Commission Report.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Moonis Elahi forms Policy Working Group to formulate new party policies

Moonis Elahi forms Policy Working Group to formulate new party policies

Lahore (May 21,2012) Moonis Elahi, Senior Leader of the Pakistan Muslim League has constituted a Policy Working Group (PWG) assigned to formulate new party policies on the issues of youth empowerment, education, justice and economy.  Headed by the Pakistan Muslim League Media Advisor, Rizwan Mumtaz Ali and comprising senior party legislators, heads of wings and office bearers, the PML policy working group will organise meetings with citizens, different interest organizations, grass roots activists and other stake holders.  

The first meeting in this regard was held yesterday in Lahore with a cross section of youth belonging to different educational institutions on the topic of “Youth Empowerment”.  The participants at the end of the meeting lauded Moonis Elahi’s policy development initiative and appreciated his interest as a young Pakistani politician in the future of the country’s young generation.