RAHIM YAR KAHN/SADI-QABAD - The Lahore High Court has ousted former district nazim Makhdoom Syed Ahmad Mehmood and his sons from the Jamaluddin Wali Sugar Mills and allowed former federal minister Jehangir Khan Tareen to take away 6,000 tonnes sugar from the mills. After a business row between both the political stalwarts who have been at odds with each other for the last six months, Mr Makhdoom had taken over all the units of the mills and also dismissed the six directors recruited by Mr Tareen. The judge also issued summons to the former district nazim for September 22 to present his viewpoint whereas a commission will submit its report to the LHC Company Judge during the same hearing. After the directives, the commission and the police reached the mills but the supporters of Mr Makhdoom gathered around the mills and chanted slogans against the former federal minister. Earlier, LHC Company Judge Justice Mansoor Ali Shah had constituted a 6-member commission comprising LHC Bar Association to probe the three units of the mills on the petition of Mr Tareen. The commission was directed to hand over the stock of these units to the Mr Tareen. Therefore, two members of the commission took hold of a unit of the mills and gave the possession of the stock to Mr Tareen and allowed him to relocate the substance. However, the ex-nazims supporters protested against the ex-minister and closed the Jamaluddin Wali Bazaar. Because of heavy contingent of police, the protesters could not enter the mills. The supporters also created impediment in the way of the trailers sent buy Mr Tareen to take away the huge quantity of sugar. Sources said that the recode of the sugar taken by Mr Tareen in compliance with the court orders, will be presented before the court and the commission will submit a detailed report to the court. Because of the presence of the commission and police personnel in the area, the local people are terrified and in a state of panic where the law-enforcers are all set to ensure peace in this regard. 4 crushed to death; woman shot dead: Four people were killed in separate road accidents while an unidentified woman was shot dead here. As per a report, armed men gunned down an unidentified woman who was accompanied by her two daughters. However, a Namberda has adopted the deceaseds daughters. The three females were present on the bank of a canal near village 48/P where the deceased was hit by the bullet in her head. Resultantly, she died on the spot. The reason behind the incident may be family disputes. However, the police were investigating the issue. In the first road mishap, a conductor and a driver who were changing their trailers punctured tire were run over by a fast-moving van near village Ranjhe Khan on the GT Road here. Driver Ali and conductor Anwar Ali were taken to Rahim Yar Khan Hospital but they succumbed to injuries. The deceased were residents of district Swabi of Khyber-Pukhtoonkhaw. The police have sent the dead bodies to their native village after legal formalities. In the second accident, a speeding car and a trailer hit two bike riders. The critically injured riders were succumbed to injuries in a hospital. 55-year-old Pir Bakhsh, a resident of Landa Bazaar, was riding a motorbike. Meanwhile, a fast-moving car collided against his bike, injuring him critically. He was shifted to a hospital but could not survive. Likewise, the trailer crushed to death 45-year-old Nazuk. Scouts week observed: Like others schools of the province, Scouts Week was also celebrated at Govt High School Warburton City here. Reportedly, over 200 scouts of this school participated in and performed various activities to aware the community of self-help and respect. The Scouts also distributed toys and other gifts among children in hospitals. They also highlighted the importance of traffic laws through distribution of self-prepared art and drawing. They also shed light on need for cleanliness and help to needy people, especially old and special people on roads, at bus stops, railway stations, hospitals, bazaars and streets. District Scouts Secretary Hafeezur Rehman Butt visited and observed the public activities for awareness and gadget work of scouts and appreciated the performance of scouts. He also checked the Scouts week activity report and gave sound remarks thereafter.