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September 16, 2010
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MURIDKE City News

Karachi

September 16, 2010

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JI demands arrest of worker’s killers
From Our Correspondent
MURIDKE: Jamaat-e-Islami central leader Hafiz Muhammad Idris has demanded the government arrest the killers of JI worker Muhammad Ramzan.
He said absconding killers were threatening the victim’s family of dire consequences. He condoled the death of Ramzan with his widow and children and assured them that Ramzan’s killers would be soon arrested. District JI Ameer Ghulam Hussain Kamboh, naib Ameer Dastgir Ahmed, district Secretary general Sh Muhammad Jameel, JI Amir Tehsil Ferozewala Dr Tariq Mehmood, Malik Amir, Ch Sher Muhammad, Dr Mukhtar and other were also present.
HOUSE LOOTED: Eight armed men forcibly entered the house of trader Javed Mughal in Haddoke and threatened the housemates of dire consequences at gunpoint and collected cash, gold ornaments and other valuables worth lakhs of rupees. The same dacoits also deprived trader Malik Ijaz of cash, valuables and jewellery. City police arrested one of the dacoits.
GOVT URGED TO REGULARISE PTCL EMPLOYEES: Kala Shah Kaku Industrial Area leader Ghulam Dastgir Mehboob, who is also Sheikhupura workers party Pakistan, president stressed the government to accept the longstanding demands of PTCL employees. Addressing the PTCL employees, he demanded the government regularise PTCL daily wagers and increase their salaries as per the government’s announcement.
LABOURER BURNT ALIVE: Labourer Mushtaq Ahemd while making a tea in Khanpur was burnt alive when a stove exploded. Meanwhile, Tauqeer Ahemd and Amina Bibi committed suicide by swallowing poisonous pills in Kot Abdul Malik and Moranwala. They were upset over domestic issues.
CALL TO HELP FLOOD VICTIMS: MPA Khurram Ijaz Chatha said flood affectees would not be left alone. Many flood affected areas have been interlinked by constructing roads and railway links with other cities. Talking to The News, he appealed to international donors to help flood stricken people of Punjab,

Balochistan, Sindh and Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa.
TRANSFER, POSTING: LHC Chief Justice has transferred and posted additional district and sessions judges Khizar Hayat Gondal from Sangla Hill to Ferozewala and Ashfaq Mehmood Sheikh from Ferozewala to Sangla Hills.

Girl gang-raped
From Our Correspondent
MURIDKE: Three people forcibly entered the house of Arshad at village Nangal and gang-raped his daughter. Narang Police have registered a case against accused Safdar, Arshad and their accomplice.

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