Monday, December 9, 2013

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Chief Minister KPK Perwaiz Khatak announced Girls Degree College at Birote & Boys Degree College for Circle Bakote at Kohala during his visit of Abbottabad on 11th Jan, 2014. MNA Dr. Azher Jadoon, Rifaq Abbasi and others were presented on this occasion. CM further advised to MNA immediate purchase of land for both colleges.

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Statements of Assets and Liabilities of Dr. Azher Jadoon for Financial Year 2012-2013


Manifesto of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf Circle Bakote


People of Circle Bakote have fulfill their promices
A question of hour......?

Dr. Azher political interaction in UC Birote
PTI workers meeting in Birote
Spaking at Galyat Circle Bakote Union of Journalist & Weekly Hill Star
ceremony at Rawalpindi on 6th Feb, 2014.

....... Great reception in Bhan, Birote Khurd (April, 2013)

MNA NA-17 Dr. Azher Jadone is addressing in Birote (May, 2013)

........ Addressing in Circle Bakote

Infighting: PTI lawmakers demand removal of Abbottabad leadership

By Muhammad Sadaqat

Differences which surfaced within the ranks of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) during intra-party elections in Abbottabad continue to deepen as PTI lawmakers turn against the district president and district general secretary. According to insiders, PTI lawmakers and former candidates have written a letter to the party senior and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa chief minister (CM), Pervez Khattak, accusing the two senior office-bearers of working against the party’s interests and demanding their removal.  The party’s Abbottabad president is Sardar Sher Bahadur and general secretary is Jan Qureshi . Before the May 11 general elections, PTI’s current MNA from NA-17 Abbottabad-I, Dr Azhar Jadoon, and MPA from PK-45, Abbottabad-1, Sardar Muhammad Idrees left the Tehreek-e-Suba Hazara and the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl respectively, to join the PTI and competed in the PTI intra-party elections. However, most of their candidates lost to the group affiliated with Sardar Sher Bahadur. According to party insiders, Dr Azhar Jadoon, the losing candidate, challenged the results of the intra-party polls along with Bahadur’s membership and remained suspended for a while because of his objections. Later, the matter was said to be resolved and party workers were asked to end their differences but the rift between the old activists and newcomers remained. The differences expanded during the general elections when Jadoon’s and Bahadur’s groups remained polls apart during campaigning. During CM Khattak’s recent visit to Namli Maira in Galiyat, the police had allegedly barred Sardar Sher Bahadur’s group members from entering the venue of the CM’s public meeting. This caused Bahadur to block Nathiagali Road along with over 200 workers. Things took a turn for the worse when Jadoon, Idrees, former NA deputy speaker Sardar Muhammad Yaqub, Asif Zubair Sheikh (PTI’s candidate from PK-44 Abbottabad), Abdul Rehman Abbasi (candidate from PK-45), Sajjad Akbar Khan (candidate from PK-46), and Nisar Safdar Khan (candidate from PK-47 Abbottabad-IV) sent the letter to Pervez Khattak. The PTI members jointly accused PTI Abbottabad President Sardar Sher Bahadur and General Secretary Jan Qureshi of working against the party’s cause and not campaigning for any of PTI’s candidates during the election, instead, supporting their rival candidates. Furthermore, the letter demands the removal of both officer-bearers. Insiders say CM Khattak expressed his concerns over the complaint and forwarded it to PTI K-P General Secretary Shaukat Yousafzai who sent the complaint to Bahadur on November 29, asking him to go through the contents and submit his reply within seven days. When approached for comment, former NA deputy speaker Sardar Muhammad Yaqub confirmed the report, adding Bahadur has supported rival candidates against party nominees. However, he also accused MPA Sardar Muhammad Idrees and MNA Dr Azhar Jadoon of ignoring the party’s office-bearers. (Published in The Express Tribune, December 2nd, 2013.) (For detailes)

A meeting with Comissioner Hazara Abid Ali Khan on 12th December, 2013

The assets and tax returns


 by National Assembly candidates from NA-17 

By Sardar Abrar Rashid Saturday, April 27, 2013 

The assets and tax returns declared by National Assembly candidates from NA-17 (Abbottabad) Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan and Dr Azhar Jadoon in their nomination papers do not match their wealth and in some instances these details are laughable. 
The nomination papers and details of assets are available with The News. Dr Azhar Jadoon, candidate of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), declared in his nomination papers that he or his spouse and dependents owned the Hira General Hospital, Link Road Abbottabad and Professional Education and Promotion Society only. It said he opened an account with a private bank specifically for the purpose of election expenses and deposited Rs1.5 million in it. 
In column 12 of the nomination paper Dr Azhar Jadoon stated that he received Rs104,000 as salary from a private medical college in tax year 2010 against which he paid Rs24,000 as income tax. He added that he drew Rs129,000 each as salary in 2011 and 2012 and paid Rs36,000 as income tax each year. 
Dr Azhar Jadoon showed no landholding or agricultural income during above stated three years i.e. 2010-2012. He stated on oath that he paid Rs 27,000 for the party ticket. There is increase of Rs414,000 shown in his income against the previous corresponding year ending on June 30, 2012. 
According to the nomination papers, Dr Azhar Jadoon owned a 27 marla house valued at Rs15000,000, land measuring 53 kanal and three marla worth Rs200,000, another land of five kanal and four marla worth Rs 500,000, 18 marla land worth Rs1.2 million, one kanal land priced at Rs2.1 million, and another piece of one kanal land worth Rs400,000. Besides, the value of land owned by him measuring 700 kanal was stated as ‘not known’. 
Dr Azhar also stated that he owned a Land Cruiser model 1987/1988 worth Rs800,000 and Liana 2006 model car priced Rs650,000. He also possessed 20 tola gold. 
The nomination papers of Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan, candidate of PML-N from NA-17 also depict an interesting picture. The former chief minister (March 1997 to October 1999) declared that he, his spouse or dependents did not own any company except Malkot Poultry Breeders, Sihala Islamabad. He reported that he opened a bank account specifically for election expenditure with Rs 100,000 deposit. Through his shares and salary from Malkot Poultry Breeders, he said he earned Rs. 692,244 in 2010, Rs 884,736 in 2011, Rs 930,564 in 2012 and paid Rs36,271, Rs58,727 and Rs 65,113, respectively, in these three years as income tax. 
Sardar Mahtab said he paid agricultural tax on his Boi Rankot agricultural land amounting to Rs100,000 in 2010, Rs125,100 in 2011 and Rs 165,000 in 2012. 
Sardar Mahtab declared his total assets Rs16, 214,263 at the end of the previous fiscal year with an increase of Rs596,737 against the assets of Rs15, 617,526 during the corresponding year that ended on June 30, 2011. 
He said he owned plot pf land worth Rs1,335,000 in Jammu and Kashmir Housing Society Islamabad. He also owned a house and forested land in Abbottabad valued at Rs4,770,000 and agricultural land at Boi Rankot worth Rs1,655,977. He also held investment of Rs1,021,398 in Malkot Poultry Breeders, Sihala, Islamabad. According to the declaration column of assets and liabilities, Sardar Mahtab Khan owned a Toyota Prado (2006 model) priced Rs1,300,000 and ornaments worth Rs500,000. 
Sardar Mahtab reported having Rs5, 179,388 cash deposited in a private bank in Islamabad. He had personal valuables and furniture worth Rs750,000 and arms valued at Rs5,500. Many political observers and the common people don’t agree with the assets declaration of almost all the candidates, including Sardar Mahtab and Dr Azhar Jadoon. According to the law, anyone having any proof can challenge these assets at the Election Commission of Pakistan even after the elections and get the successful candidates who have under oath made wrong declaration of assets disqualified. <Read More>

WHAT IS THIS JADOON SAHIB................?

A letter from FBR related to Tex