By Raza Ruman
Islamabad (Pakdestiny.com) I’m not a fan of pickpocketing but my ocd nature to the game prevents me from quitting this mission… at least for now. I’m trying to steal the necklace from the miner in Markarth and my pickpocket chance is always 0%. I have a pickpocket of 21 when I first tried, I leveled it up to 50, got an eminent necklace, a peerless ring and drank an elixer but it was still at 0%.
Since I don’t care for the skill, I don’t want to level it any higher if it takes perks to be able to do this.
The only rules that really matter are these: what a man can do and what a man can’t do. – Captain Jack Sparrow
But Mr Yousuf Raza Gilani, former Pakistan prime minister, can do one thing… not letting the necklace of Turkish first lady away.
The Federal Investigation Authority (FIA) has served legal notice to Gilani to return necklace donated by the wife of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the flood-hit people of Pakistan in 2010.
Yousaf Raza Gillani will have to face legal action in case he doesn’t return the necklace within next 48 hours.
The Turkish first woman was saddened by the devastation of floods in 2010 in Pakistan and donated her expensive necklace. She had asked the government to auction the necklace and use the money for the flood-hit people.
However, the former National Database and Registration Authority chairman Ali Arshad Hakeem offered conflicting statements.
He aid that NADRA had decided to purchase the necklace so it could be returned to Turkish first lady.
Gilani said that after the necklace was donated by the Turkish first lady, he was visiting a flood-relief camp where a couple was getting married. He said he was invited to a camp and to his surprise, was greeted by eight girls waiting to get married.
He said that he had the necklace evaluated and the market price was put at around Rs 200,000 but since there was only one necklace and eight couples, he decided that each couple should be given Rs 200,000.
Gilani said that he had close ties with the Erdogan family and Mrs Erdogan was like a sister to him. “The necklace belongs to my sister and is with me,” he said.
This is perhaps the only story in the modern days where a premier got an expensive necklace of another premier’s wife without any effort or without the help of any ‘professional’. Pakdestiny