PPP AND PTI
House passes resolution jointly moved by PPP, MQM-P.
Asad says PM Imran believes ‘bandit rule’ in province should end.
The two lawmakers surrounded by others were seen shouting and pushing each other.
Let former prime minister Nawaz Sharif return home and then the people would see whose legs would tremble, he says.
Holds media responsible for keeping opposition alive.
Minister says PTI is competing against "political dwarfs", opposition's politics surviving only because of television coverage.
The premier tells Al Jazeera that before he joined politics, Pakistan was being ruled by "two corrupt families".
The trend to marginalise the provincial governments must be reconsidered and corrected.
Saeed Ghani criticises MQM for "remaining silent" over gas shortages and growing inflation for its own interest.
“The PTI government has broken a 70-year-old record of inflation in over the past three years,” says Saeed Ghani.
"The CM never resisted in past to stop transfer of honest police officers," says Haleem Adil Sheikh.
Announces district-level protests against inflation, claims PM Imran's days are "numbered".
Farrukh Habib says the PML-N has concealed seven accounts while the PPP has hidden 12 accounts from the ECP.
Nayyar Bokhari says the move is "akin to sprinkling salt on the wounds of martyrs' families".
Sherry says 68pc of Pakistanis unable to afford a healthy diet.
Minister says Sindh CM has resorted to “nationalist politics” and shunned the politics of Benazir and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
"In my view, taking votes from government members caused harm to the party's ideological identity," says PPP senator.
In Sindh, 17 candidates are in the run for 11 Senate seats.
Sherry Rehman says PPP will reject, challenge the govt on every level for its "attacks on parliament and Constitution".
Fazl says opposition parties in PDM will contest the upcoming Senate elections jointly.
Says Centre will give Sindh govt vaccines because "people of Sindh are as precious to us as people of other areas of Pakistan".
"The establishment must leave political battles to the politicians now or risk being drawn into controversies," says PPP leader.
The actual state of play will emerge over the next two to three months, the first marker of which will be the Senate elections.
PPP leader says decisions regarding contesting upcoming elections will be made from PDM's platform "with consensus".
Says PDM stronger than ever, accuses establishment of "turning Pakistan into a deep state".
"If the establishment stops interfering in politics for one day, this govt will fall the same day," says Bilawal.
PDM leaders converge in Larkana for Benazir's death anniversary; Zardari says PTI govt has "little time left".
"What was he doing in KP for seven years if he wasn't preparing [for Centre]?"
Minister questions how a democratic movement can make "unconstitutional, undemocratic demands".
PDM public meeting to be held at all cost, says ex-prime minister Gilani.