KHAIRPUR - Three motorcyclists were crushed to death by a speedy train near Bhirya Road on Friday.

According to details, a speedy train Karachi Express collided with a motorcycle at railway crossing near Bhiria Road railway station, resultantly three youth riding on the bike were killed.

Bhiria Road police took bodies into custody and shifted them to taluka hospital for medico legal formalities. The bodies were identified as Kaisar Ali Khakshli, Anwer Ali Rind and Mukhtiar Ali Rind. Later, the bodies were handed over to their relatives.

According to police, railway crossing was opened and the motorcyclists were crossing the pathak when a speedy train hit their motorcycle and three people were killed on the spot. Meanwhile, railway authorities and district Naushahro Feroze police started investigation separately in this regard.

RECEPTION IN HONOUR OF SSP

A colourful farewell in the honour of Capt (r) Ghulam Azfar Mahesar, Former SSP Khairpur, hosted by the Chairman District Council Khairpur Sharyar Khan Wasan at the house Khairpur .

On the occasion Chairman District Council Khairpur Sharyar Wasan, Deputy Commissioner Khairpur Muhammad Nawaz Sohu, SSP Capt (r) Azfar Mahesar, Chairman Municipal Committee Khairpur  Syed Amjad and others lauded the services of Capt (r) Azfar Mahesar as SSP in Khairpur district.

They said that during his posting women police stationed established in Khairpur, CRO Center, IT Center, 15 Madadgar Centers established in Khairpur.

Capt (r) Azfar Mahesar SSP said that working and coordination of Khairpur police remained good with me. He also thanked to everyone for their due help and cooperation. A large number of notables, officers, journalists and other attended the reception. 

AC VISITS RURAL HEALTH CENTRE

Assistant Commissioner Sobhodero Iqbal Hussain Jandan along with other staff raided at Rural Health Center Ranipur on Friday.

The assistant commissioner found six doctors and other staff absent from duty. The AC asked the MS of hospital to take action against the absentee doctors. He said that he would also write against the doctors to high-ups for action against them.

 

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