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They demanded from government to intervene in the matter and take stern action against the owners of Tobacco companies.
ISLAMABAD -- The Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) on Thursday requested the Supreme Court to dismiss a petition relating to extra-constitutional steps and sit-ins in the federal capital, saying that the court should not intervene in political matters as it violated the Constitution.
He further said that judiciary should not intervene in political matters.
The prime minister dismissed the idea of international intervention in Egyptian internal issues, saying that Egypt's relationships with western countries are based on mutual respect, insisting that it is not acceptable for any country to intervene in Egypt's internal affairs.
House Speaker Osama Nujaifi warned to intervene in the Syrian affairs, describing what happened in Elierbeh cross border as an internal issue because the Arab tribes live in both sides and any friction there would cause tension.
government may have to intervene in the unfolding global conflict over food between affluent motorists and low-income consumers.
The Justice Department has created an entire unit of lawyers who do nothing but prowl the nation, looking for church-state cases to intervene in.
Finance Minister Sadakazu Tanigaki said Friday he believes the recent rise in the yen has been too rapid and that Japanese monetary authorities remain ready to intervene in the currency market to stem volatility.
In a 5-to-3 ruling handed down January 15, the Court upheld the right of the attorneys general to intervene in the case.
Somewhere there are a handful of people who were truly alarmed by the ITC's having to intervene in the Canadian fruit situation.
This represents a sharp reduction in staff time and effort required to manually intervene in previous spyware outbreaks.
Responding to a question on an upsurge in sectarian violence in the country, Rehman said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should directly intervene in bringing it to a stop.