SARGODHA/Mirpur (AJK)-Former Senator Khawaja Hameeduddin Sialvi threatened to launch a “Fill the Jail Movement” from Sial Sharif if Punjab Minister Rana Sanaullah does not resign and appologise till December 3.
He stuck to his guns on the demand for resignation of Punjab Minister Rana Sanaullah even after the visit of Auqaf Minister Syed Zaeem Hussain Qadri to the former’s house at Sial Sharif.
Zaeem Qadri met with Pir of Sial Sharif at Sial Sharif, Sargodha, and said that he could sacrifice a lot of ministries on the faith of Khatme Nubuwwat. The Punjab minister strived to remove the reservations of Khawaja Hameeduddin Sialvi during the meeting. However, Khawaja Hameeduddin reiterated his demand for the resignation of Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah and his apology over his wrong deeds. He added that if Rana Sanaullah did not resign till 3rd of December, a ‘Fill the Jail Movement’ would commence from Sial Sharif.
Kh Hameeduddin Sialvi said that 15 lawmakers’ resignations were in his pocket. on the occasion, PML-N lawmakers Chaudhry Hamid Hameed, Sheikh Akram, Ghulam Bibi Bharwana, Chaudhry Abdul Razaaq Dhillon, Sahibzada Nizamuddin Sialvi and Waris Kallu were also present.
On the other side, AJK Central Traders Organisation Mirpur (Ittehad Group) President Chaudhry Mehmood here Tuesday paid rich tributes to the Pak Army for its key role in acceptance of the Faizabad protesters’ demands.
The 22-day protest sit-in ended peacefully and honorably at Faizabad flyover bridging twin cities of Rawalpindi-Islamabad.
The Kashmiri traders’ head said, “In response to the request by the civil authorities to Army for their due assistance to overcome the situation following spreading of series of sit-ins in various parts of the country. The Pak Army played excellent and timely role to get the episode ended peacefully through an agreement between the protesters and the government, he said.
Ch Mahmood continued that with the timely assistance of the army to help resolve the issue through peaceful dispersal of the participants of the Faizabad sit-in, staged by certain religious organizations against the controversial amendment to the constitutional document of oath for the parliament members.
He said that the valiant armed forces of Pakistan were the custodian of the ideological and geographical frontiers of the country. “This reality was always proved through the best of the professional abilities and skills of Pak Army in war and peace besides in any emergent situation in the country and most particularly in the recent times while combating against terrorism in the country,” he added.
“The supreme sacrifices of valiant sons of the soil in defence of the ideological and geographical frontiers of the country during ‘Zerb e-Azb’ and ‘Operation Raddul Fasaad’ will always be remembered,” he said.
He highly applauded Pakistan Army’s achievements in the war against terrorism and continued efforts for peace and stability in the region since past many years.
The traders’ leader felicitated the government, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, the paramilitary and civil law enforcement agencies for the successful end to the ‘Dharna’ episode. It had crippled the daily life in various parts of the country especially the capital city of Islamabad and Rawalpindi and the adjoining parts of the federal metropolis besides various other provincial metropolitan cities of Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, besides various AJK cities.
VEG, FRUIT PRICES SHOOT UP: The supply of the vegetables and fruit remained suspended for the fourth consecutive day in the local markets of Sialkot.
According to the traders and merchants, the main reason behind the suspension of the supply of fruit and vegetables to local markets was the political unrest and protests by the religious parties. They said fresh vegetables and fruit could not reach the main markets in Sialkot, Daska, Sambrial and Pasrur tehsils from the other parts of the countries.
The trade and business activities also remained paralysed in these Mandies. Thus, the prices and rates jumped up with about 100 percent increase in local markets due to the shortage.

33 TLYR detained activists released

SAHIWAL-As many as 33 Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasoolallah (TLYR) activists were released from Central Jail Sahiwal Tuesday night after government issued their release orders. The activists were detailed under Punjab Maintenance of the Public Order Ordinance after the TLYR started it march on Islamabad.
The released activists included TLYR Sahiwal Division President Sabir Hussain Shah, Muhammad Fiaz, Nazakat Ali, Muhammad Asghar Baloch, Muhammad Asif Bhatti, Saad Ajmal, Hammad Raza, Abdul Rauf, Ahmad Din, Muhammad Ahmad Bhatti, Muhammad Waqas, Arshad Ali, Muhammad Amjad, Muhammad Ameer, Hafiz Muhammad Shakeel, Rang Ali, Haris Raghab, Ghulam Farid, Hazir Ali, Muhammad Imran, Muhammad Nouman, Ali Ahmad, Hafiz Imtiaz, Muhammad Ajmal, Habet Khan, Ghulam Rasool, Dilawar, Ghulam Hussain, Muhammad Abid, Muhammad Munir, Danish Farooq, Faisal Kadeer and Dr Abdul Malik. The district police had detained these persons on the application of the Deputy Commissioner Sahiwal under 3 MPO on November 10, last.