OKARA - Three persons were killed in separate incident here. In the first incident, a speeding truck hit a motorcycle leaving a woman dead and three others injured. Delmeer Ahmad, the resident of 607/GD Faisalabad, Ameeran Bibi Bushran Bibi and 14-year-old Pappu were going to their relatives at GT Road. When they reached near Al-Bark check post a Rahimyar Khan bound truck (912/TLC) ran over motorcycle riders. As a result, Ameeran Bibi died on the spot whereas Dalmeer, Bushran Bibi and 14 years old Pappu were injured. In the second incident, the residents of Jaboka Ghafoor Ahmad s/o Maqbool and Masroor Ahmad were present at their cattle pen. When all of a sudden, they stormed into the corral opening indiscriminate fire they killed Ghafoor Ahmad and left his younger brother wounded. He was shifted to hospital. Police have started searching for the criminals. In the third incident, an uncle shot dead his 7-year-old nephew. Police arrested the accused along with the instrumental. Sources said that in the house of the resident of Khurshid Nagar Dakhli Dharanga Imdad Hussain, his younger brother Noor Ahmad from Adli K Suhag came and asked his nephew Mohammad Hussan killed his nephew. Food adulteration goes unchecked Adulterated food stuff is on the rise especially spurious tea is prepared at large scale here with no restrains from the authorities. It was learnt that the Market Committee officials are getting fruit and vegetables in the shape of bribe and have given the shopkeepers free hand to fleece customers.The government has taken no steps to check preparing artificial milk with different chemicals and adulteration of other things. In hotels, food is prepared in contaminated oil, whereas the officials concerned are paying no heed to the grave situation. However with the use of such eatables, the people have started falling victim to hepatitis, stomach disorders and other diseases. Impure and rotten fruit are selling with no check by the Market Committee. On the other side, the utility of cheaper bazaars is being diminished because of overcharging.