KOT ADDU - The Punjab chief minister has fulfilled his promise with the flood-affected people by constructing model villages, claimed Senior Advisor to the CM Sardar Zulfiqar Khan Khosa.Addressing a keys distribution ceremony of a model village in Ahsanpur, he said that four villages out of 6 had been completed and the houses’ keys had been handed over to the people. He said that the Punjab government was struggling to facilitate the poor according to the vision of the chief minister. He said that the model village had been provided all the basic amenities such as gas, education, electricity, health, community centre, market, Tevta centre and sewage. The keys and documents of houses were given to 66 lucky persons by the adviser. Khosa congratulated the persons and promised to the people to talk with chief minister for giving ownership rights to the people of government farm of Ahsanpur.The ceremony was also attended by agriculture minister Ahmad Ali Oulakh, Deraghazi Khan Commissioner Tariq Mahmood, Muzafargarh DCO Tahir Khusheed, DPO and others administrationn. Malik Arhsad Goudara, district president of PML-N, Tanveer Shahzad, Abdul Hai Dasti and others workers and leaders were also present.Tariq Mahmood, the commissioner briefed on the model village, saying that it covers 14 acres of land. It has 66 houses and each house contains 2 rooms, yard, veranda, kitchen, toilet and bath. MPA Malik Ahmad Yaar Hanjra then thanked the Punjab government for the construction of the village.PTI leader’s son dies of cancer: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf district General Secretary Amer Butt’s son, 16-year-old Shan Amer, died of cancer at the DHQ on Saturday. A Japanese national, Shan Amer had been fighting bone cancer for the past five years. His funeral was attended by PML-N MNA Haji Junaid Anwaar Chaudry, PTI central leader Ghiasuddin Janbaz, former district nazim Chaudry Muhammad Ashfaq, PML-N district President Chaudry Amjad Ali Javed and PTI office-bearers from Faisalabad and all towns of the district.Landlord deprived of Kalashnikov: A landlord of Chhapanwali (District Sheikhupura) was deprived of his licensed Kalashnikov worth Rs0.3m and two cell-phones by three bandits from near Khanjar Banjar Village.According to police, Sarfraz Mangat was on the way to his village on his car. When he reached near Khanjar Banjar on Bhaka Bhattian Road, three armed bandits intercepted him and snatched away his valuables. The police have registered a case and are investigating.This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 23-Jan-2012 here.