SARGODHA - The Jhawarian and Shahpur police registered cases against 800 unidentified people for ransacking and damaging government property, aerial firing and pelting stones on buildings.

The cases were registered on the complaint of Sub-Inspector, who alleged that about 800 unidentified men staged a demonstration against power outages and damaged government property.

He said the mob turned violent and created panic in the area by resorting to aerial firing and damaging public and government property including signboards, flexes and traffic signals.

The Jhawarian and Shahpur police conducted raids for the arrest of the unidentified while some of them have been arrested by the police.

On the other hand, the electricity supplies to both the towns and its adjoining areas have been suspended after the protest against loadshedding.

People of the areas, especially children, women, elderly and patients have suffering in this hot vexing season.

Post arrest bail

rejected : Anti-Corruption Court Special Judge Zafar Iqbal has rejected the post arrest bail applications on Tuesday.

According to the detail, on the directive of District and Sessions Judge, anti-corruption team headed by a Magistrate conducted a raid in the remits of Jhal Chakian Police Station.

They recovered 104 mounds of unhygienic stale smelly meat.

The raiding team also arrested seven accused persons including Livestock Veterinary Doctor Masood Makhdoom, Veterinary Assistant Taj Muhammad, TMA Inspector Muhammad Aslam and Rent Clerk Rana Riaz. The police have registered a case against the culprits.