rawalpindi - Rawalpindi Arts Council arranged a family stage play “Bane Gey Hum Sahara” in connection with National Action Plan yesterday.

The play was written by Rana Kashif and directed by QAmin Shahzada. Members Punjab Assembly Raja Hanif Advocate, Tehseen Fawad and Lubna Rehan Pirzada were guests of honour flanked by Naheed Manzoor and Resident Director RAC Waqar Ahmed.

To serve humanity without any discrimination was the main theme of the play while acted by Reha Yousaf, Laiba Ali, Hammed Babar, Shahzad Papu, Mishal, Shahid Kodo, Shahzad Mughal, Sajid Saju, Naeem Lala, Rana Kashif and Amin Shahzada. This was the story of a widow who has four children and out of them one is blind, the other is mentally sick, the third is drug addict and the fourth, a daughter, who does not have dowry for marriage.

Addressing on the occasion, Members Punjab Assembly Raja Hanif Advocate, Tehseen Fawad and Lubna Rehan Pirzada said that Islam is a religion of peace and according to it a person batter among those who is beneficial for other human beings.

Naheed Manzoor said that RAC always presented thought provoking events for general public. Resident Director RAC Waqar Ahmed said that National Action Plan is best source for the development of the country.

Court awards 8-year jail to human trafficker

 A court yesterday awarded eight years imprisonment to a human trafficker and also imposed Rs0.1 million fine on him.

According to details, Special Judge Central Muhammad Naheem Arshad awarded 8 years imprisonment to a human trafficker Amraiz Akhter and also imposed a fine of Rs100,000 on the convict. Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Prosecutor Khalid Naheem told the court that Amraiz Akhter defrauded people of Rs3.1 million promising them to send them abroad. He argued those involved in human trafficking should not be spared and sent to jail.

Anti Human Trafficking Cell (AHTC) of FIA had lodged a case against agent Amraiz Akhter on complaint of victims on September 29 2015 and later arrested him.