Tahir Ashrafi against ban on any channel, asks PM to step in

Geo independent media

ISLAMABAD: Allama Muhammad Tahir Ashrafi, Chairman Pakistan Ulema Council, has strongly opposed banning of any media group, including Geo/Jang Group operations, on any pretext. He also asked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to step in immediately to defuse the situation by using his influence over both the media group and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). Talking to …

Imran hurls baseless allegations against Geo TV again

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday once again resorted to hurling baseless allegations against the Geo/Jang Group and accused the Daily Jang and The News editor-in-chief of everything that came to his mind. Speaking to the media after chairing a meeting of the PTI Core Committee here, Imran mentioned Geo/Jang Group Chief …

Rejoinder by Geo, Jang Group journalists to Imran Khan

largest media group

PTI chief collects a large amount of money for his projects from US, UK and Europe; his donors include Jews, Christians, Muslims and Hindus but he is not called anti-Pakistan; Pemra official sought apology from SC for levelling baseless allegations against Geo ISLAMABAD: Top professionals and journalists of the Geo and Jang Group have not …

Imran inventing allegations against Jang Group

ISLAMABAD: A Jang Group spokesman said Saturday that Tehrik-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan was daily inventing allegations against Geo/Jang Group. He said today Imran came out with fresh allegation that Jang Group is being given millions in shape of ads by the government. The spokesman asked Imran when before elections other parties including PPP, PML-N, JUI, …

An odd trick to shut Geo in the making

Pemra to shut GEO

ISLAMABAD: The Pemra committee that has heard the complaint of the defence ministry against the Geo TV is under immense pressure from some ‘angels’ and is set to send a unique and funny proposal to the Pemra authority that the channel’s license may be suspended, while an opinion be sought from the attorney general whether …