TLYR struggling to protect Namoos-i-Risalat, not grab power

HAFIZABAD-The mission of Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasoolallah (TLYR) is to protect Namoos-i-Risalat and not to grab power, Central Ameer TLYR Mufti Khadim Hussain Rizvi and Chief Patron Peer Afzal Qadri declared.
Addressing a Khatme Nubuwat conference here in the compound of a rice mills on Alipur Road on Saturday, they said that the Tehreek would fight corrupt and secular politicians in the next general election and would nominate candidates to wipe out unreligious and secular elements in the country.
They said that the activists of the Tehreek are fully prepared to render sacrifices for the protection of Khatme Nubuwat. They said that they would not forget the sacrifices of eight activists who had been martyred in Faizabad sit-in. They called upon the masses to reject the members of the ruling party during the forthcoming elections as there is no room for secularism.
Prominent among those who addressed the conference included Peer Syed Usman Shah Naqvi, president Sunni Tehreek Gujranwala division, and Alhaj Peer Arif Qadri.
The District Benevolent Fund Board has been authorised by the provincial government to receive applications of in-service, retired and dependents of the deceased gazetted employees for marriage grant, monthly grant, farewell grant and scholarship from January 01. After receiving the applications, the district board would send the applications to the provincial board for approval and the applicants would received the grant through the Punjab Bank. In the past, the district board was authorised for receipt of applications of non-gazetted employees only.
Woman, youth die
Two persons including a woman were killed while four others were seriously injured in two different road mishaps here on Saturday.
According to rescue sources, Shabana, Sultana, Bashiran Bibi, Riaz and Saif of Baweray village were on the way to their village on a rickshaw. Near Kot Nawan, a speeding van coming from the opposite direction hit the three wheelers. As a result, Shabana died on the spot while the others were injured critically and were shifted to a local hospital in critical condition. Police registered a case against the van driver who fled away after the incident.
In another incident, Arshad, student of Class-IX, resident of Mohallah Qazipura, was killed after the motorbike he was travelling on was hit head-on by another bike. The incident occurred on Gujranwala Road near Shah Jamal village. Police registered a case and shifted the dead body to the city morgue for medico-legal formalities.

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