GUJRANWALA-A woman left her two daughters on court premises due to poverty while the court handed over the girls to the Child Protection Bureau here on Wednesday.
Shahnaz, a resident of Fattumand, entered in the court of civil judge IramAyyaz along with her two daughters Sehrish, 5, and Muskan, 7. She said that her husband had died about two years before and she had no source of income and was unable to bear the expenditures to bring up her children. The judge called the Child Protection Bureau officers and handed over both the girls to them.
On other side, dacoits and thieves took away cash, gold ornaments, vehicles and valuables in various hits here. In Cantt area, Altaf Cheema was on the way to home after drawing Rs300,000 from a bank when armed men intercepted him and snatched cash on gunpoint. At Emanabad dacoits looted Rs12,000, applied for motorcycle and a cell phone while Shafique was also deprived of Rs40,000 and two cell phones. In SadarWazirabad police station limits, bandits snatched Rs27,000 and two cell phones from Attique, three armed men took away Rs15,000 and cell phone from Mohayuddin, in Aroop dacoits took away Rs24,000, two cell phones from Habib, in QilaDidar Singh armed men took away applied for motorcycle from Irfan, at Jinnah road Rahat was deprived of Rs13,000 and cell phone, applied for motorcycles of Husnaian , Abid and Rashid were stolen from different parts of the city.
OFFICERS ASSETS BEING SCRUTINISED: Campaign to check the assets of government officers and officials was started by anti-corruption officers.
Anti-corruption sources told that officers of government department including Public Health Engineering, Highway, Building, Wasa, GDA, TMAs and revenue were focused and assets of officers and officials working in these departments will be checked and enquiries would be held against those whose assets found doubtful.