ISLAMABAD – The citizens of the federal capital have been terrified by the surge in free movement of wild boars in green belts and residential sectors with the fall of night.

The residents of G-9/3 talking to INP said that wild boars throng the area with the fall of night and at wee hours when people go to mosques to offer prayer. Presence of wild boars raised question mark on the efficiency of CDA to eliminate the animals. The children and women were forced to stay at their homes fearing attacks of wild boars with the advent of evening. People from all walks of life have demanded CDA to launch operation against wild boars in order to avoid any untoward incident.

Meanwhile, Rawalpindi Arts Council is holding a divisional calligraphic competition amongst the students today (Tuesday).  The candidates having age from 18 to 25 years will have to scribe an ayaat in Sulus rasmul khat on 22x27 sheet with 10mm traditional kalam size while ayaat would be provided by the Council on time.

Cash prizes will be given to the students who will secure 1st, 2nd and 3rd position respectively.