TOBA TEK SINGH - Former district council chairman Mian Sajidur Rehman warned on Thursday that if fertilizer black-markeeting was not stopped in Kamalia, farmers will be forced to take to streets and roads to get their rights. He said that a urea fertiliser bag was being sold in Kamalia by hoarders at Rs1,500 instead of the fixed price of Rs1,240. Rs45m for schools: The Punjab government has approved Rs45 million for the provision of furniture to 259 government schools of the district, said education EDO Education Malik Munawar Hussain Panwar here on Thursday. He stated that furniture will be purchased from Tevta institutions as it had been directed by the Punjab Finance Secretary and concerned Tevta institutions had been contacted for bidding. He also said that heads of schools had been asked to send their furniture demand while required money had already been transferred to the accounts of concerned schools.