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Pak Senate questions govt. on ex-army chief Sharif's Saudi-led alliance appointment

ANI News Tuesday, 10 January 2017
*Islamabad [Pakistan], Jan. 10 (ANI): Pakistan Senate Chairman Mian Raza Rabbani has asked the Nawaz Sharif whether former army chief General (Retired) Raheel Sharif took its approval before accepting appointment of commander of the 39-nation Saudi-led military alliance.*
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