SIALKOT - Though the government was claiming to spend billions of rupees annually for the promotion of education and literacy rate, yet the government officials were seemed to be unaware of the importance of correct spellings and pronunciations of Urdu words. It was observed here when the Rescue 1122 and different NGOs held the mock anti-flood fighting exercise there in River Chenab near Head Marala-Sialkot. Sialkot District Officer (Bait-ul-Maal) Muhammad Sharif Ghuman, who is also holding the additional charge of Deputy District Officer (Social Welfare) Daska supervised the participants. He was displaying a hand-written badge of his department on his chest. The badge was written with wrong spellings in Urdu language. The several participants, even the journalists were astonished to see that a District Officer of a government department was displaying a badge of his department, which was written in Urdu with wrong spellings. Some participants pointed out this to him, but he laughed it and he did not give any comment on this "official mistake. ASW recovers dues: The Sialkot Anti-Smuggling Wing (ASW) Dry Port recovered prolonged outstanding arrears amounting to Rs68million from various defaulted firms here. The ASW, besides recovering the amount, also disposed off as many as 3060 bank guarantee cases, giving relief to the perturbed Sialkot business community. As per the senior officials concerned, the said Anti-Smuggling Wing also recovered Rs13.070million from non-custom paid vehicles and other articles including Mobil oil and clothes etc. Flood preventive urdu steps reviewed: The entire Sialkot district has been divided into 22 sectors to avert the recurring flood threats under a foolproof flood protection plan, besides, establishing as many as 33 flood relief centres in the district's all four Sialkot, Daska and Sambrial tehsils. During an important meeting held here, the District Flood Relief Committee reviewed in detail the flood preventive measures. The meeting was told that the district administration has already completed all the necessary preventive arrangements to save the Sialkot district from the recurring flood threats.