LAHORE – District Coordination Officer Noorul Amin Mengal has said that the One-Dish Law and timings of marriage functions would be made ensure at every cost and monitoring teams have been activated in this regard.
Presiding over a meeting at Town Hall on Monday, the DCO said violations of One-Dish Law & timings of marriage functions would not be allowed and implementation on law would be made ensure. He directed the TMOs to inspect the marriage functions regularly and submit their report. He directed them to keep police of concerned police stations with them during the inspections.
Moreover, on the directions of DCO, monitoring teams have taken action against violators and registered 5 cases against them and arrested 2 persons.
EArly wheat procurement ordered: District Coordination Officer Noorul Amin Mengal said arrangements of procurement of wheat should be given final shape as early as possible and every step should be taken for providing better facilities for farmers at procurement centres.
He chaired a meeting at DCO office, on Monday regarding wheat procurement arrangements for district Lahore. He said all arrangements would be completed till April 12 at all procurement centres and bardana would be distributed to farmers from April 15 while procurement of wheat campaign would start from April 20.
He said 4 procurement centres had been established in Lahore district and bardana would be distributed to farmers by first come, first serve policy. Middle men role should be eliminated in this procurement campaign, he directed the officers. He said a monitoring cell would be established in DCO office and he would take review meeting regarding procurement arrangements.
Awareness seminar: Chief Traffic Officer Sarfraz Ahmad Falki has said that only to impose fine is not enough deterrence of traffic rules violation. It is very important to educate the masses about traffic rules and regulation, he said. He was addressing the students in a seminar on traffic rules awareness campaign at Lahore College for Women University on Monday. He said: “Women drive with more care than men. City Traffic Police is issuing learner permits to students in their academic institution. Our force has fixed Friday to issuing driving licence for women.
Students must convince their parents, brothers and relatives not to violate the traffic rules.” CTO focused on using helmets and avoid cell phones calls during driving.