HAFIZABAD-The elimination of terrorism is sine qua non for national prosperity while the role of Pak Army under the gallant leadership of General Raheel Sharif is appreciable, said Muttahida Jamiat Ahle Hadith (MJAH) Pakistan.

Addressing a press conference here, MJAH Central Ameer Allama Syed Ziaullah Shah Bukhari said that the whole nation stood like rock behind General Raheel in his tireless efforts to weed out terrorism and protect the geographical frontiers of the country.

He further said that due to his efforts in eliminating terrorism, his name would be written in golden letters. He said Pakistan came into being on the fair name of Kalima-e-Tayyaba and the nation would foil the conspiracies of anti-Islam and anti-State forces to make the country secular or liberal country.

He said that Gawadar was a God-gifted port while during the next 10 years Pakistan would be among the world’s most prosperous countries. To a question, he called for across the board accountability of all including those pinpointed in the Panama Leaks.

To another question, he said name of no religious leader has been included in the offshore companies.

RAMAZAN BAZAARS: Five Ramazan bazaars would be established during the holy month each at Hafizabad, Vanike Tarar, Pindi Bhattian, Jalalpur Bhattian and Sukheke Mandi for the provision of all essential commodities at subsidised rates.

To review the arrangements being made in this connection, a meeting was held here under the chairmanship of DCO Ahmad Rajwana. It was attended by AC Pindi Bhattian Nosheen Sarwar, AC Hafizabad Umar Farooq Warraich, District Officer (Cord) Marzia Hasnain Changezi. They decided that special security arrangements would be made at the bazaars by the police, civil defence, Rescue-1122 and monitoring would be made through CCTV cameras.

Moreover, special arrangements would be made for old and special persons and women. The market committee administrator was directed to ensure the sale of quality vegetables, fruit and other items at the green channel at reasonable rates.

Meanwhile, the district price control committee has re-fixed the prices of different edibles, beef, mutton and pulses. Its Chairman Noman Hafeez has directed the special price magistrates to show zero tolerance to those found selling commodities above the fixed rates and send them behind bars.