KAMALIA-The family members of Chaudhry Rahmat Ali agreed to give a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to Chaudhry Sarwar Noor for bringing remains of Ch Rahmat Ali back to Pakistan.
Chaudhry Sarwar Noor, resident of Kamalia had filed a case in British Court for bringing the remains of Ch Rahmat Ali, creator of word “Pakistan” back to Pakistan.
Ch Sarwar Noor met the family members of Ch Rehmat Ali at Chak 266 G/B, Faisalabad the other day where they agreed to sign an NOC. Ch Sarwar Noor invited the family members to visit the proposed site for the mausoleum of Ch Rahmat Ali at Kamalia, which they accepted. Hafiz Azhar Jutt, correspondent Daily The Nation and other mediamen accompanied Ch Sarwar during the meeting.
KITE FLYER, TWO
MEN HELD
Police claimed to have arrested two men with illegal arms in separate operations here the other day.
According to police, suspect Haneef was arrested from a place near 706 G/B village and Liaquat Ali from Dogar Chowk, Kamalia. Police recovered 30 bore pistols from their possession and filed separate cases at Kamalia City and Saddr police stations.
On the other hand, the Kamalia City police arrested Imran from Mohallah Madina Abad for flying and selling kites. The police registered a case against him.