KAMALIA- The Saddr Police conducted a search operation under the supervision of Kamalia DSP Mehr Muhammad Saeed at Mal Fatyana and Said Musa villages here the other day. During the operation, police combed through 50 houses and verified identity of 70 people. No arrest was made during the operation. The DSP said that unannounced search operations shall continue to ensure safety of the people.


Muhammad Yaqub, owner of a sales agency, submitted an application to Saddr Police that two unidentified suspects had snatched a tablet, cellphones and Rs55,000 from his driver and salesman near Chak 706 G/B. The police registered a case and launched investigation. Likewise, Naseer Ahmed submitted a complaint to the police that Sidra Yasmin had given him a cheque amounting to Rs400,000 as payment of a contract. He alleged that the cheque had been disqualified by the bank on the given date. The police registered a case.

Four convicted in minor cases released

MANDI BAHAUDDIN - Additional District and Sessions Judge Ijaz Butt, during his visit to District Jail, set free four prisoners convicted in minor criminal cases here the other day.

The judge was accompanied by Judicial Magistrate Adnan Ahmed Gondal, the superintendent and deputy superintendent of jail. He went around various cells, met prisoners and inquired about the detail of pending cases. He listened to prisoners’ problems and assured them of speedy and transparent justice. He visited the jail kitchen and expressed satisfaction over quality of food. He also inspected cleanliness on the jail premises. He also visited the jail hospital and inquired after their health and facilities being provided to them. Earlier on his arrival, a smart contingent of jail wardens presented guard of honour to the judge.

End to child labour stressed

SADIQABAD- RY Khan Deputy Commissioner Socrat Aman Rana stressed collective efforts for bringing an end to the menace of child labour in the district. Addressing a ceremony here, he highlighted the role of state institutions in this regard. “By educating little labourers, we can grow them as useful citizens of society,” he pointed out.

He also urged people belonging to all walks of life to play their due role to end child labour.