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March 15, 2019

PTI to ensure rule of law, says governor

Lahore

March 15, 2019

LAHORE: Punjab Governor Mohammad Sarwar, while talking to a delegation of Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHBA), said terrorism, corruption and money-laundering were serious crimes for a country and the PTI government would do strict legislation to apprehend criminals involved in the crimes.

“We are ensuring the rule of law in country, system of punishment and rewards will be implemented in letter and spirit irrespective of status of any person” said the governor, adding that powerful will not be able to escape accountability and punishment, no society can sustain without provision of justice, ‘Do Nahin Aik Pakistan" slogan is actually establishment of equality and justice in society” he added.

The delegation was led by President Hafeezur Rehman and included Secretary General Ayaz Ranjha, ex-member Punjab bar council Syed Sajjad Haider Shah, Kabir Ch and Ansar Jamil.

doctor: Punjab Institute of Neuro Sciences Head Prof Dr Khalid Mahmud on Thursday called on Punjab Governor Ch Mohammd Sarwar at Governor’s House.

Prof Khalid apprised the governor about induction of latest and modern method of treatment by him in Pakistan called DBS. He said through these system patients of Parkinson’s were given treatment of operation while remaining in senses.

He said there were institutions like Punjab Institute of Neuro Sciences in Glasgow, Scotland and we must continue our efforts for updating medical set up in our beloved motherland. Punjab Governor Ch Mohammad Sarwar lauded the efforts of Prof Dr Khalid. He said as per vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan revolutionary reforms were being introduced in health sector.

UET: A senior faculty member of University of Engineering & Technology (UET) has written to the Vice-Chancellor (VC) to place a case of alleged illegal appointments of three professors of Physics department in the upcoming syndicate meeting.

In the letter, a copy available with The News, Prof Dr Muhammad Iqbal of Physics Department had requested the VC to take up his application pending at his office about these alleged appointments to discuss the same at upcoming meeting of the university’s syndicate.

Talking to The News, Prof Iqbal said he had submitted the application at Citizen’s Portal Pakistan as well. He said the application was forwarded to the Vice-Chancellor by the PM through Higher Education Department (HED) Punjab in February and since then there was no progress.

Public issues: Punjab Minister for Population Welfare Col (R) Hashim Dogar has said the solution of people’s problems is the top priority of the government. PTI was a political party of the common man and solving people’s problems without any discrimination was its motto, he said.

The minister said this during a meeting with office-bearers of district Kasur. He said in order to easy access to people, committees have been constituted at the district level. These committees will be useful to raise the voice of the common man to the government.

He said people were our source of power and country could not be developed without redressing their grievances besides uplift their living standard.

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