Sunday, April 28, 2013
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Cash, valuables taken away in four strikes
From Our Correspondent
PAKPATTAN: Cash and valuables were taken away in four incidents here on Saturday.
Six thieves stole gold ornaments, clothes and silver ornaments worth Rs 48,000 from the house of Bashir Ahmad of Chak 23-SP. Two thieves broke locks of the house of Muhammad Ramazan of Malka Hans Town and stole rice and valuables worth Rs 36.500. Six accused including Asghar Ali stole forest department worth Rs 353,000 from Chak 353-EB. Bukhsi Bibi was returning home when she reached near Yousaf Farm Chak Tibba Basharat two accused including Shahid tortured her and snatched cash. Police registered separate cases.
SWINDLER ARRESTED: A bus passenger was deprived of cash and a cellphone after he was given some intoxicants. Abdul Rehman was coming to Arifwala on a bus when accused Qasim Ali gave him some intoxicants. Abdul Rehman fell unconscious and the accused took away cash, a cellphone and other valuables from him. The victim informed the police who arrested the accused, Qasim Ali, and recovered cash and other valuables.
SHOPKEEPER INJURED: A shopkeeper was injured by eight people including Ayyub of TMA. Shahid Zeeman was sitting on his shop when Ayyub and his accomplices reached there and tried to extort money. When Shahid Zeeman refused to pay them money, they tortured him. Police have registered a case on a court order.
‘JUP WANTS TO IMPOSE ISLAMIC SYSTEM’: The country is serving the US interests and politicians and people are feeling a sense of insecurity, said Rao Azmat Ullah, a JUP candidate for NA 165 and PP 228, while he was talking to reporters. He said JUP wanted to impose Islamic system in the country. He appealed to people to give votes to JUP candidates in upcoming elections.
PTI TO SERVE COMMON MAN: PTI NA 165 candidate Mian Ahmad Raza Khan Maneka has said PTI will serve the common man and transfer power to union councils and villages to solve people’s problems. He was addressing a public meeting at Samadhanwala. He said PTI would end loadshedding, restore economy and industry.