Anti-government demonstrations in Pakistan, organized by a new alliance of opposition parties, drew tens of thousands of people on Saturday, described by the prime minister's opponents as the "beginning of the end" for Imran Khan. Thousands gathered in Islamabad to protest against Prime Minister Imran Kahn's government as an opposition alliance launched the first of many attempts to exploit rising prices and other frustrations to topple it.
The main participants in the protests were Maryam Nawaz Sharif, daughter of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and wife of current Prime Minister Sharif. She announced she would be leaving the venue after the Umra, according to a statement from her office.
Waseem Ahmed Khan, a Rawalpindi resident, said he was there for a democratic Pakistan where everyone was accountable and accountable. He said that when allegations were made against Sheikh Mujeebur Rehman in West Pakistan, it became Bangladesh.
Although little is known about the time of the Islamic conquest of Tsiang Gujranwala, Taki fell into oblivion after Lahore became the capital of Punjab. Although little was known about it during the Islamic conquests, it was forgotten again in the late 19th century, just as Lahor became the capital of Punjab, according to a report by the Pakistan Institute of Archaeology.
Gujranwala is 45 kilometres from Lahore, Pakistan's fifth largest city. On the road, the city is about three hours drive from Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, and on the road about three hours drive from Islamabad.
The Karakoram Highway provides access to Khyber Pass and Grand Trunk Road, the main road between Lahore and Islamabad, and also provides access from Gujranwala to Islamabad via the Chitral - Peshawar Highway and from Islamabad via the Khatm - e - Azam Khan Highway. The road's Grand Tribes also offer access to Islamabad and its suburbs, as well as the rest of Pakistan via the Khybers Pass.
People use G-T to travel between Islamabad and Lahore and vice versa, and Gujranwala is one of the places I visited as Director of the Pakistan Trade and Development Authority. People use it for travel to and from Islamabad to Lahore, but it could be manipulated to boost the food industry. Sialkoti Gate is the centre of traditional Pakistani cuisine and there is much to offer and taste. Shabaz Tika offers a variety of dishes, including grilled dishes such as kababs, biryani, kebab and burgers, on its menu as well as local restaurants. There are plenty of deals to suit all tastes, but GuJranWala is the first name Kabab's Bar - b - Q.
Irshad (2001) reported that Myzu is considered a serious aphid pest in Pakistan and Myzus is one of the most common aphids in the country.
Cinara tujafilina collected in the Gujranwala district of Punjab province, Pakistan, compared to the published data from Bodlah (2004), which are almost similar. Grain aphids collected from the Pakistani provinces of Punjab and using the published data of Zia et al. The bean aphid collects in Punjab counties in Pakistan and compares with the published data from Bodla (2003), which are largely similar. Green peach aphid collected in the provinces of Punjab and Sindh in Pakistan. Aphids collected in the Punjab district of South Punjab Province in India and compared with published data from Bhatti (2002) and Bodah (2005), which were almost similar. Red peach, black bean and green peach apple components collected in the city of Punjab in Lahore province and in Karachi province in Afghanistan and Karachi, India, were compared with published data from Zias (2001), Bodha (2006) and Burman (2007).
The oleander aphid species was collected in Pakistan's Punjab province and compared with published data from Bodlah (2004), which are almost similar. The aphids collected from the Pakistani provinces of Punjab and Bodah (2005) and Zia et al. were compared with the published data. (2006), which were largely similar. The cotton aphades collected in Lahore Province, Karachi Province in Afghanistan and Karachi Province in Pakistan were compared with published data from Bhatti (2002), Bodha (2007) and Burman (2008), all of which are almost similar. The aphids collected outside the Pakistani provinces of Punjab and Gujranwala in the province of South Punjab in India were compared with data from Zias (2001), Burma (2003), Zio (2009), Bhatia (2010), Lohar (2011) and Bodla (2012), all of which are almost identical, collected in the Pakistani provinces of Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan and compared with published data in Bodallah (1999), in which both are almost similar, and with data published in Zian (2000) from the city of Lahor (Pakistan).
The aphids of Aphis craccivora collected in Gujranwala in Pakistan's Punjab province were analyzed with published data by Hassan et al. The aphid species of macrosiphum euphorbiae, which originate from the provinces of Punjab in Pakistan and selected cultures in Southern Punjab in India and Sindh and Balochistan in Afghanistan, were compared with the published data from Bodlah (et cetera).