/APP/NOORPUR THAL/FAISALABAD/Various religious clerics urged the Muslims to mould their lives in accordance with the Quran and teachings of the Prophet (SAWW) for salvation in this world and the hereafter.
Addressing a public gathering at Jaura Kalan, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) district Ameer Rashid Ahmed Rabbni said that all the problems being faced by the nation are due to deviation from teachings of the Quran and the Prophet (SAWW). “It is, therefore, imperative for all of us to adhere to the teachings of Islam which is panacea for all ills,” he added. The Islamic justice system is inevitable to end oppression and suppression from society and create a peaceful atmosphere in the country, he noted. Other JUI-F office-bearers including district secretary information Malik Sabir Wadhal also spoke on the occasion.
Meanwhile, a number of people were seen busy in buying various symbolic memorabilia, banners, decorative lights and other items to celebrate Jashn-e-Eid Milad on Friday (December 01).
The people from all walks of life especially children were seen crowding different markets, shopping malls, business centers and makeshift stalls to purchase flags,buntings,caps,lights and decorative material.
Although, there are several big and small shopping centers as well as some newly built ones near D-ground Harianwala Chowk yet Bohawana Bazaar,Aminpur Bazaar, Katchery Bazaar, main bazaar Jhal Khannoana, Jalvi market on Jaranwala Road,Susan Road, Madina Bazaar in Ghulam Muhammad Abad drew optimum rush of people of all ages from urban and rural areas.
Most of the shopkeepers and stall owners hiked the prices to mint maximum profits.
SHABBY ROADS DRAW IRE: The dilapidated state of roads linking Noorpur Thal tehsil to Khushab, Jhang, Bhakkar, Mianwali and other district has been causing nuisance to the travelling public.
According to the survey report of The Nation, deteriorated roads throughout Thal tehsil speak volumes about negligence of the authorities concerned. This state of affairs has made travellers psychological patients. Accidents also happen due to dilapidated condition of roads which has also intensified problems. Traders also face difficulty in transportation of goods. Inhabitants of Thal demanded the Khushab deputy commissioner look into the matter and address their problems as soon as possible.
PUNISHMENT: Additional District and Sessions Judge Shahzad Raza here on Wednesday awarded 25 years imprisonment to an accused involved in a murder case of Jhal Chakian police station.
According to the prosecuter, accused Muhammad Ejaz of Chak 68-NB along with his accomplices including Ikraam, Imran and others had killed Ramzan over old enmity on August 2, 2013.
After hearing arguments of the counsels, the court awarded 25 years imprisonment to culprit Muhammad Ejaz along with a fine of Rs 250,000.
The court acquitted the other 22 co-accused giving them advantage of the doubt.