Our Staff reporter HAFIZABAD - The Punjab Chief Minister has taken serious notice of a news published in the national dailies regarding the abduction of three miner daughters of a poor worker of Hafizabad and has ordered the DPO to take prompt action for recovery of the girls and arrest of the accused and report back to the complaint cell within seven days. As per detail, three sisters, 15-year-old Farzana, 13-year-old Rizwana and 7-year-old Adeeba, daughters of Mushtaq, were abducted by one Azhar, a PQR (Razakar) in June last and he took them to goth Sardar Muhammad Sher District Gotki (Sindh). A case has been registered against the accused but the police have so far failed to recover the girls being kept in illegal confinement in the dera of influential Sindhi feudal. On last Saturday, the worker and his wife, through the press, had appealed to the Punjab CM to intervene and help recover their daughters otherwise they would commit collective suicide alongwith three remaining daughters. After the publication of the news-item, the Punjab CM has ordered the DPO to arrest the accused and recover the abductees and report back to the CM Complaint Cell within 7 days. Landlord deprived of car, cash: A landlord of Bhobhara was deprived of his car, two cell phones and Rs10,000 by six armed persons near Jhang branch canal Tewelewali, on Sukheke-Hafizabad Road, the other night. The Sukheke Police have registered a case. According to victim Noor Muhammad, he alongwith his friend Muhammad Rafiq was on way to his village Bhobhara in a car and when near Jhang branch canal Tawelewali, six armed bandits intercepted him and forced him to stop at gunpoint. The accused snatched the car, two cell phones and Rs10,000. Passengers deprived of cash, cell phones: All the 15 passengers traveling in a wagon were deprived of cash, cell phones and watches by seven armed bandits on Sukheke-Lahore Road near Octroi Post -5 Sukheke, early Monday morning. According to wagon driver Mithoo, 15 passengers, mostly employees of different mills and organisations boarded the wagon from Sukheke. As soon as the wagon reached near Octroi Post-5, seven armed bandits intercepted the wagon and snatched away Rs40,000, 20 cell phones and 10 wrist watches from the passengers. The dacoity incidents in the district particularly in Sukheke area have been a routine from the past some weeks. Welfare Society Pindi Bhattian General Secretary Tajammal Raza Ch and social worker Bashir Rahmani urged the DPO to take stringent measures the rising dacoity and robbery incidents. According to another report, unidentified rustlers raided the Haveli of Muhammad Nawaz in Ghari Gondal the other night. They lifted away his four buffaloes worth Rs0.4 million. The police have registered a case and are investigating. According to the victim, he was asleep in his Haveli when four armed bandits stormed into his haveli. When he offered resistance they tied him with a rope and lifted away his specious four buffaloes.