OUR STAFF REPORTER OKARA - Hundreds of residents held protest against the administrations plan to drain sewerage water of other colonies through the pipelines of Seth and Hussain colonies here. The residents had been facing problem of drainage for three years. However, former District Nazim late Syed Sajjad Haider solved the problem of drainage system. On the other hand, then TMO Chaudhry Muslim laid pipelines at a cost of Rs8.9 million in Fateh, Raheemullah and Karim towns as well as Faisal Colony with substandard material. The project failed, causing a huge loss to the public money. Now, the administration is making a plan to drain out sewage water of these localities through the pipelines of Seth and Hussain colonies which may cause inundation of the colonies. Addressing the protesters, former naib nazim Shahid Mehmood Chaudhry Advocate, former councillor Iqbal Bhatti, social workers Ghulam Nabi Malik, Malik Zahoor Ahmad separately said that they would not let the administration implement the plan. They also threatened to stage a sit-in outside the DCO Office and the Chief Ministers Secretariate. OUTAGES: Unscheduled power breakdown for 22 hours stirred up protest here. The leaders of Jamaat Islami and Shabab Milli staged protest outside the Okara Press Club and took out a rally towards the Wapda Complex against loadshedding. The member of JIs Central Shura, Capt Dr Liaqat Ali, Shabab Milli Jaboka leader Rao Masroor and Jaboka President Rana Muhammad Saleem led the rally. Addressing the rally, the speakers said if unannounced loadshedding continued, they would block GT Road. Man killed in road mishap: As a result of collision between a truck and a car near Okara Bypass at GT Road officialdom was killed and three others suffered injuries. The victims were on their way to Sahiwal by a car (2058/LEA) the GT Road. When they reached near Kot Bari Bypass, their car collided against a mazda truck. As a result, Hamaad, a resident of Rawalpindi, died on the spot whereas Abdur Raheem of Sahiwal, Abdullah of Gujranwala and Umer from Lahore were seriously wounded. They were shifted to DHQ Hospital Okara. Two arrested after shootout: The district police claimed to have arrested two criminals and recovered a huge quantity of illicit weapons from their possession following a shootout. The police were tipped off about the presence of absconder Mushtaq alias Mushtaqi and Iqbal of Orangi Town Karachi in the area of Hujra. The accused opened fire on the police when a raiding party reached the sight. In retaliation, the police injured one of them and arrested Iqbal and Mushtaq. The DPO said that there were more than 14 cases registered against them. He pledged that the district would be made crime free with cooperation of the people. MURDER ACCUSED RELEASED: The local people protested and took up with Okara district police officer the issue of release of two accused in a murder case.A delegation led by a Jamaat Islam leader met with the DPO. The police officer assured them of conducting an inquiry into issue. He said that if any police officer was found involved in the case, strict action will be taken as per rules.