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3 girls abducted in Pakpattan incidents


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PAKPATTAN: Three girls, including two sisters, were abducted in separate incidents here on Tuesday.


Six accused including Muhammad Aslam allegedly abducted two daughters of Muhammad Ramzan from Chak Oppana. In another incident, five accused including Hasnain allegedly abducted the daughter of Muhammad Ramzan from Mohallah Gulzarabad. Police have registered separate cases.


SHOT DEAD: A youth was shot dead over enmity at Chak Mauza Dardena Garyal on Tuesday.


Accused Sajjad Ali called his rival Muhammad Ashraf to some place where both again started quarrelling. Later, accused Sajjad allegedly shot Ashraf dead. Police have registered a case. Meanwhile, four accused including Ahmed allegedly injured Amin and his son Amjad over enmity at Chak 10-EB. Police have registered a case.


DACOITIES: Four dacoity incidents were reported here on Tuesday.


Muhammad Afzal was on his way when six dacoits looted cash and cell phones near Mohallah Wala Bridge. Four thieves stole cash and gold ornaments from the house of Muhammad Yousaf at Chak 67-D. Five thieves stole gold ornaments and cash from the house of Muhammad Naeem at Malka Hans. Eight thieves took away valuables from the house of Nadeem Shahid at Chak 55-EB.


SPURIOUS MEDICINES: DO Coordination Ms Hina Hameed has directed all drug inspectors and health officers to take strict action against those medical store owners who are involved in selling spurious medicines.


She said this while addressing a meeting at DCO office here on Tuesday. She said that strict action would be taken against those medical store owners who were selling medicines without having licence.


TREE PLANTATION DRIVE: EDO CD Ashraf Javed and District Forest Officer Waseem Sajid on Tuesday inaugurated a tree plantation drive at Government Special Secondary School.


Waseem Sajid told that plants and trees would be provided to special schools free of cost.