US Secret Service agents deported in South Korea

 

US Secret Service agents deported in South Korea

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean officials say two US intelligence agents who were working on Biden's visit to Asia have been sent back to the United States. An agent was accused of drugging a South Korean man a day before US President Biden arrived in South Korea. According to US officials, US agents were not questioned. "The Secret Service is aware of an off-duty incident involving two employees that could lead to a potential policy breach," said Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesman for the U.S. agency. President Biden was due to visit South Korea. A South Korean police official did not name the suspect or provide other information. The Secret Service is a US agency that protects the president and the White House. In 2012, 11 secret service agents were deported to the United States for "insulting" Colombia. A South Korean broadcaster, TV Chosen, who Earlier in the day, Seoul reported that the suspect was 30 years old and had been arrested after a hotel call by police.

Activist for service, solving public problems as soon as possible, Federal Tax Ombudsman

Lahore (Daily Pakistan Online): Federal Tax Ombudsman Dr. Asif Mehmood Jah has said that the agency is active in serving the people and resolving public issues as soon as possible. He was addressing a meeting of the advisory committee. Senior Vice President of Lahore Chamber of Commerce Rehman Aziz Chan and Vice President Haris Atiq, FTO Advisors Ahmed Ali Jonda and Sarfraz Warraich also spoke on the occasion.

He said that he had abolished tax deduction from the income of Daily Wages employees, removed more than 100 persons from Tier One who had been issued unrelated notices by the FBR and took action against the officers who had issued such notices to the FBR. He said that they are introducing easy and fast solution for registration of grievances and are formulating strategies for quick resolution of problems of tax payers. The authority to issue exclusion certificate has been given to the Commissioner.

'Imran Khan's copy, watching Hamza Shahbaz's video will make you laugh too

Lahore (Daily Pakistan Online) Social media or Hamza Shahbaz also followed in the footsteps of Imran Khan.

According to details, Abu Bakar, a ninth grade student who met Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan, became a social media star as soon as he saw him. He also turned down the offer.

At the PTI's Lakki Marwat rally, a child was seen crying when he did not meet Imran Khan, whose videos also went viral on social media. Bani Gala was taken to the meeting where Abu Bakr had given a ring to Imran Khan as a gift while Imran Khan also hugged Abu Bakr and gave autograph on his shirt.

 

US Secret Service agents deported in South Korea

ISLAMABAD (Daily Pakistan Online): A case has been registered against anchor person Arshad Sharif for making statements against state institutions, but in such a situation, an old video of the funeral of his brother Major Ashraf Sharif is going viral on social media. Is.

Arshad Sharif's father Muhammad Sharif was a commander in the Pakistan Navy. He was awarded the Medal of Distinction for his bravery and services. He died of a heart attack in 2011. Arshad's brother Major Ashraf Sharif was stationed in Bannu at that time. Upon hearing the news of his father's death, he left Bannu Kent and drowned. His car was attacked by the banned TTP. Major Ashraf Sharif was martyred in this attack. He was only 35 years old.

ISLAMABAD (Daily Pakistan Online): Iman Mazari, daughter of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shirin Mazari, has said that no news of her mother's release was given, which happened at the behest of Hamza Shahbaz.

Speaking at a press conference in Islamabad, Iman Mazari said that no news was given about the release of his mother. It is not known in what condition my mother is. This is a kidnapping case, not an arrest. Thanks to the Islamabad High Court for taking notice. What happened was not at the behest of Hamza Shahbaz. Ordered

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has fixed the petition of anchor person Arshad Sharif for hearing tonight. He has been asked to appear in the court at 11:30 am.

According to private TV ARY News, Chief Justice Islamabad High Court Athar Minallah has fixed Arshad Sharif's petition for hearing. He has been asked to appear at 11:30 pm. The court directed the IG and DIG Islamabad to assist in the presence of Arshad Sharif.

It may be recalled that a case has been registered against ARY News anchor person Arshad Sharif for talking against state institutions in Hyderabad. It may be recalled here that the case regarding the arrest of PTI leader Dr Shirin Mazari will also be heard in the Islamabad High Court at 11:30 pm.

 

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