MANDI BAHAUDDIN-The police claimed to have recovered a six-year-old girl abducted a few days ago.

The district police office told the media that the minor Nasreen was abducted a few days ago from the outskirts of the city and the Civil Lines Police had registered a case of the incident. The DPO constituted a team headed by In-Charge CIA staff to trace the girl and arrest the accused. The team on a lead arrested the accused Ahsaan who led to the recovery of the girl. The police officer told the media persons at a press conference that the girl has been handed over to the parents. The kidnapper nabbed during the raid was also presented handcuffed before the media.


Meanwhile during broad daylight, four robbers snatched Rs7 million from a farmer at gunpoint.

Reportedly Muhammad Masqsood and Saqib Nisar, residents of Chak-2, Shamali received payment of sugarcane from Shahtaj Sugar Mills and were on the way back home. When they reached near Mohallah Arif and turned on the road leading to their village, four robbers, riding two motorcycles, came from behind and intercepted them at gunpoint. The robber then snatched the amount from them and fled away on their motorbikes. The police have registered a case and started search for the accused. People in the area are feeling insecure and have urged the police high-ups to control rising crime in the area.

Funfair at Rangers school

Rangers Public School and College organised a funfair at the school's playground.

The teachers and students actively took part in the funfair. The venue was decorated with colourful banners, splashed with eye-catching advertisements displayed in front of the stalls. The teachers and students set up stalls of their own choice. The stalls included music chair, archery, games, local culture, food and beverages.

Students, their parents, rangers' officers and their families visited the funfair and enjoyed the food items. The Rangers' band played melodious tunes that amused the visitors. There was a chariot and horses for riding adjacent to funfair venue. Students enjoyed riding horses and chariot and were thrilled. They also played exciting music chair and archery games and competed with each other for a win.

Many students in Punjabi dress danced at the beat of drums and gripped the audience. Faculty members of local schools including District Jinnah Public School and College visited the funfair.