LAHORE About 76 people died while 208 suffered multiple injuries in road accidents in provincial capital during the month of March, 2011, says Edhi Foundation spokesman. He, however, said the Edhi ambulances handed over 1934 dead bodies to their bereaved families while 3387 injured men were shifted to various hospitals in the City during this month. The spokesman further said total 21 men, women and children were shifted in Bilqees Edhi Homes Gulberg and Township during March out of which 13 dead bodies were handed over to their heirs after searching them. However, the Foundation laid to reat almost seven dead bodies, yet to ascertain their names and family background. According to the spokesman, Free Edhi Dispensary provided frit medical aid to 2322 patients in March. 443 arrested: Mujahid Squad claimed to have arrested 443 accused including 41 proclaimed offenders and 46 court absconders while patrolling in the City during the month of March. City police have also traced out 271 cases against them. Police have recovered 61 pistols, 13 pump actions, 19 kilo gram charas and 418 bottles of liquors from their possession. Meanwhile, Shahdbagh police arrested 220 drug peddlers besides recovering 660 kilogram charas, 1kg heroine, 110 bottles of liquors, two rifles, two pump actions, nine pistols and other sophisticated weapons from their possession. Following special directives by the Civil Lines Police Division SP (Investigation) Liaqat Ali Malik, the Lytton Road police investigation wing apprehended four history-sheeter criminals involved in dozens of felony acts. Four accused including one from Lahore and three from Kasur were arrested red handed from Islamia Park, a senior police officer said. He said the accused had just snatched a rickshaw from one citizen. The police have recovered one rickshaw, Rs 5000 cash, four mobiles and sophisticated weapons from their possession. He said that the accused had planed to rob a home owned by a woman also situated near the Islamia Park. 'We have saved four innocent lives and their properties by taking timely action, he added. CPO become PPH: The name of Central Police Office has been changed and replaced with a new Punjab Police Headquarters (PPH) within a few days, say official sources. According to them, the Home Secretary has issued a notification (HP-111/3-9) in this regard which has further been circulated in all the government institutions and police offices across the province. Following special directives by the Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif, the IG Punjab Javed Iqbal has initiated this step. However, this is yet to witness the renaming of CPO to PPH will also change the police strategy, criminal mindset of black sheep or the status quo, which persists in the police department and give positive results in future.