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June 20, 2021

Mother of four commits suicide

 
June 20, 2021

LAHORE : Two persons committed suicide in different parts of the provincial capital on Saturday.

According to details, a woman Amna, a mother of four children, committed suicide in Hanjarwal area. She swallowed poisonous pills reportedly due to domestic issues.

In the other case, a citizen named Faqeer Muhammad was frustrated due to his domestic conditions and swallowed poisonous pills. His condition deteriorated. The victim was shifted to a nearby hospital where doctors pronounced him as brought dead.

WOMAN FOUND DEAD: A 45-year-old unidentified woman was found dead in Naulkha on Saturday. A passerby spotted the body and informed the police. A team reached the spot and removed the body to morgue. They also collected forensic evidences from crime scene. Police said that the body was at least three to four days old. The cause of death would be ascertained after autopsy.

VALUABLES GUTTED: Valuables were gutted in an incident of fire in furniture shop in the Johar Town police limits on Saturday.

Reportedly fire broke out due to short circuit in two furniture shops situated in Johar Town. Due to the presence of inflammable material, the whole shops were engulfed. The nearby people tried to control the fire but failed. They called rescue teams who reached the spot on information and extinguished fire. No loss of life or injury was reported in the incident.

Two die in road mishaps: At least two people died on roads mishaps in the provincial capital here on Saturday.

The first case was reported in Quiad-e-Azam Industrial Estate where a conductor was sleeping underneath a truck when he fell and was run over. The other case was reported in Cantonment roundabout where a speeding truck hit a youth to death. Police said they were investigating the matter.

OIL TANKER OVERTURNS: Timely action of Motorways Police averted a big loss as oil started spilling out of an oil tanker soon after it overturned in Sundar police limits. No loss of life or injury was reported. A tanker carrying thousands of litres of oil was on its way when it reached near Sundar, it collided with a Mazda. The driver lost control and the tanker overturned. National Highways and Motorways Police and other enforcement agencies reached the spot and cordoned off the area. Due to the incident, traffic congestion was reported at a long distance. The traffic was diverted to Raiwind Road from Multan Road.

Rescuer dies: A rescuer died reportedly due to heart attack during physical test in Punjab Emergency Services Academy (Rescue 1122) on Saturday.

The victim Manzoor was a shift in-charge. He belonged to pioneer badge of the rescuers. He had joined the academy for a promotion test and was undergoing training at the academy. On the day of the incident, the victim was running as a part of physical test when he fainted and fell down. The victim was administered first aid but he could not survive.

PROGRAMME CONCLUDES: An International Programme for Enhancement of Emergency Response (PEER) regarding Instructor Development Course concluded at Emergency Services Academy (Rescue 1122) here on Saturday.

A total of 27 participants from Punjab Emergency Service, PDMA Baluchistan, Azad Kashmir and Motorway Police graduated in the course which was conducted in collaboration with USAID, ADPC Thailand and NSET Nepal and in coordination with the National Disaster Management Authority, Pakistan for capacity building of emergency services in Pakistan and South Asia.

Thule Rie International Course Monitor and Emod Mani Dicshit President NSET, Nepal congratulated the course participants and also extended their greetings for the PEER instructors. All participants have been presented certificates on successful completion of the course.

MAN ARRESTED FOR SELLING KITES: Punjab Society Chowki police arrested a man for selling kites and strings online.

The accused was identified as Usman. Police recovered 50 kites and 10 kite string spools from his possession. The accused had been suplying kites across the city upon receiving online orders.

148 BOTTLES OF FOREIGN LIQUOR RECOVERED: Defence C police arrested three bootleggers and recovered 148 bottles of foreign liquor from their possession. The arrested criminals were identified as Hassan, Akram and Haroon. The accused used to supply to the students in posh areas.

CTD PUNJAB CONDUCTS 49 OPERATIONS: CTD Punjab conducted 49 intelligence bases operations during the last seven days in different districts of Punjab.

CTD interrogated 50 suspects and arrested three terrorists. Saad Manzar, son of Manzar Aziz, was arrested from Lahore. He belonged to defunct organization HuT.

Iftikhar Ahmad, son of Safdar Hussain, was arrested from Gujrat. He belonged to the defunct organization ISIS. Wasim Abbas, son of Kazim Ali Shah, was arrested from T.T.Singh.

He belonged to defunct organization SMP. He was involved in advertising defunct organization SMP on social media and hate material on social media against Sahaba Ikram (R.A) and different sects.