Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid says accident appears to have occurred due to human negligence.
"Give your resignation! Go home!" says the PML-N leader and urges the crowds to chant along with her.
Police prevent PML-N workers from entering jail grounds; only immediate family members allowed to meet Nawaz.
It is incumbent upon opposition to prevent 'economic suicide', says Bilawal after meeting at Jati Umra
"It is incumbent on us to stop this budget. If the government goes, let it," says Bilawal during press conference.
Bilawal has accepted Maryam's invitation and will arrive at Raiwind tomorrow afternoon, says the PML-N spokesperson.
He will preside over a meeting of the party’s parliamentary group tomorrow to devise a strategy for the budget sessions.
Sources within Shehbaz's personal staff confirm that he will be returning to the country on Saturday.
"I have always had serious reservations as to the motive behind the proceedings by the bureau during the recent past."
IG Punjab confirms three other people killed, 25 people also injured in suspected suicide attack.
Former premier, whose bail ended at midnight, thanks his supporters, says their "passion will bear fruit".
Azma Zahid Bokhari, Muhammad Ashraf Rasool and Mian Abdul Rauf have been suspended until completion of current session.
Railways minister says Imran Khan is working hard as chief executive.
An accountability court had earlier said NAB did not need any special permissions to arrest Hamza Shahbaz.
Doctor says former PM is suffering from "significant heart disease" and his kidney functions have deteriorated.
Ousted prime minister suffering from "pain in the arm which is most likely to be angina", says his daughter.
The scholar's spokesperson says he is out of danger and doctors have recommended rest.
Ayaz Sadiq cries foul, expresses concerns over accountability court judgement against Nawaz.
Committee formed to deliberate how "negative aspects" of the festival can be overcome and avoided, says Chohan.
Saad Rafique confident PPP will support PML-N in the 'next phase'.
Remaining work on the OLMT to be completed with 3 months, says CM Punjab, who inaugurated the project amid much fanfare.