SIALKOT-Federal Minister for Law and Climate Change Zahid Hamid has said that the government was making efforts to protect the CPEC project under the supervision of Pak Army.

The CPEC project was a mega project of national prosperity, stated while addressing the party workers and notables after inaugurating his office at Oora village near Sialkot.

The federal minister said that the grand project of CPEC will change the destiny of Pakistan besides opening the new vistas of socio-economic and human development in Pakistan. He added that it would also bring the revolution of prosperity in Pakistan. He said that the government is successfully removing all the hurdles from the way of CPEC project.

Earlier, the federal law minister also held an open court at village Oora, Sialkot. He listened to the public problems issuing orders on various applications for urgent compliance to provide early relief to the perturbed applicants.

On the occasion, Zahid Hamid said that the PML-N government is fulfilling its all the public promises to raise the living standard of the people by ensuring the early and smooth provision of all the basic facilities.

He said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has won the hearts of the people of Sialkot by inaugurating the mega Project of Sialkot Sialkot-Lahore Motorway.

Court acquits graveyard caretakers

A court dismissed cases registered against the caretakers (Matwalies) of local graveyards by the officials of Daska Tehsil Municipal Administration (TMA) for not removing grass and water pots therefrom.

The civil judge termed the accused caretakers (Matwalies) of the graveyards innocent and acquitted them in these cases. Two days ago, the TMA officials had got registered separate cases against the caretakers of five local graveyards for not removing the grass and water pots carrying dengue larva from the graveyards.

The cases were registered on the report of Tehsil Officer Revenue Abdul Hayee Under Sections 285, 286 and 287 of PPC against Arshad (Shaheedaan graveyard), Akram (Younasabad-Daska graveyard), Aslam (Jallundheriyaan graveyard), Noor Muhammad (Sohawa-Daska graveyard) and Sagheer (Farooq graveyard, Islampura).

Earlier, TMA checking teams had found dengue larva in the untrimmed grass and the water spots kept there by the visiting people. TMA Daska had asked for the instant trimming of the grass and water pots from these cemeteries in a bid to halt the spreading of dengue there.