Lahore - PEF Chairman Qamarul Islam Raja has directed the police to register a fraud case against a complainant.

Mushtaq Ahmed gave an application against Salma Bibi, owner of Al-Mursaleen Public Middle School, claiming the registration of her institution is bogus. On the appeal of actual school owner, it was proved by scrutiny of the relevant record that Mushtaq Ahmed s/o Syed Raheem Bakhsh, resident of Basti Haider Shah Wala Mondka, Muzaffargarh, first prepared a forged registration document and then made a complaint to Punjab Education Foundation, posing as real school owner.

After his forgery was proved, the PEF chairman has ordered to get register case against the fraudster in PS Ghalib Market, Gulberg, along with the restoration of actual school’s partnership.

‘Public spine needs govt support’

The Society of Spine Surgeons arranged a workshop on latest techniques at Allama Iqbal Medical College yesterday.

Head of Orthopedic Department Prof Tahseen Riaz, Dr Ateeq Durrani, Dr Imtiaz Hashmi, Dr Shahzad Shams, Dr Kamran Hussain and Dr Khalid Hussain addressed the workshop largely attended by doctors and undergraduate students.

Dr Tahseen Riaz and Dr Ateeq Durrani said that the latest techniques were adopted only by two private hospitals.

They added that the surgeons were quite capable to carry out this complicated procedure if latest equipment were provided at public sector hospitals.