GUJRANWALA-As many as 230 prisoners out of 3,442 in Central Jail were found victim of hepatitis and they are being medicated in the jail hospital, officials said. Central Jail administration with the collaboration of health department have completed the health screening of all the prisoners in Central Jail Gujranwala while two sessions of hepatitis vaccination have also been completed so far.

First session of hepatitis vaccination was done in March, second in April 2018 while the third session will be completed in August 2018. As many as 230 prisoners out of 3,442 were found victim of hepatitis and they are being medicated in jail hospital accordingly.

In view of the upcoming general election Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education has decided to announce the matric result before the given date.

Earlier, the board has fixed 24th of July for matric result but after announcement of general election on 25th of July, the board administration has reviewed its decision and keeping in view the expected activities of administrative officers in respect of general election has decided to announce the matric result on 21st of July.

PATWARI, OTHERS HELD FOR PROPERTY FRAUD

The Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) arrested the three accused including a Patwari in a property fraud case from Sialkot.

A citizen Maqsood Begum, widow of Liaqat Ali, gave an application that some land mafia members with collaboration of local Patwari had removed his name from revenue record and also transferred his property to some other persons.During investigations, the allegation levelled against the accused got proved and the ACE team arrested Patwari Bashir Ahmed and beneficiaries Muhammad Nawaz and Muhammad Latif.

AMP general secy, VP jailed for 20 years

SAHIWAL/Okara-Special Judge Anti-Terrorism Court Malik Shabbir Hussain Awan sentenced general secretary and vice president of Anjuman-e-Muzareen Punjab (AMP) to 20 years each imprisonment and fined them Rs400,000 each.

The court also acquitted 14 muzareen, giving them the benefit of the doubt. Both the AMP general secretary Mahr Abdul Sattar and Vice President Abdul Ghafoor will have to undergo further one year in prison if fail to pay the fine.

According to prosecution on September 3, 2015, the incited people to protest against Army and blocked railway gate Okara and the adjacent roads.

The accused also attacked the police when the attempted to open the railway gate and road. Resultantly two police constables - Asghar Ali and Israrul Haq got injured in the firing. The Okara Saddr a registered a case No.731/15 under 324, 353, 186, 167, 120v and 337 PBC and Anti-Terrorism ACT 21) L and 7.

Recently Mahr Abdus Sattar was released on bail from the High Security Prison Sahiwal after long detention. He was re-arrested from his residence at village 4/4L along with his comrade Abdul Ghafoor.