Abducted Sindhi lady Artist released by the dacoits: police claims their raid and recovery

Imtiaz Gorar
LARKANA:
Police claimed to have recovered renowned TV Artist Nasreen Naz near Ghouspur area, speculation and rumors were spread that she was released after huge ransom, ASP City Larkana Tauqeer Ahmed during the presence of DIG Larkana Khadim Hussain Rind and SSP Khalid Mustafa Korai along with reportedly recovered Artist Nasreen Naaz and Director Aziz Sangi held press conference at SSP office and claimed that Shikarpur and Larkana police conducted joint raids in an operation and recovered abducted Nasreen Naaz from the clutches of dacoits near Ghousepur areas of District Shikarpur.
ASP Tauqeer told that 8 days back, three armed men in Police inform, intercepted her car near Gari Yaseen when she was heading to Tele film shooting from Ratodero to Shikarpur in a way she was kidnapped.
He said that Police found a clue and arrested 4 accused involved in her kidnapping, such arrest led to safe recovery, which is achievement of Police.
On the other side, rumors were spread in Larkana that abducted artist was released by ransom.

Students are assets of country, they will lead nation. DC Larkana

Imtiaz Gorar
LARKANA:
Deputy Commissioner Larkana Ghanwar Ali Leghari has said that students are assets of country, they will lead the nation in the world and bring the glory for Pakistan, he expressed these views while addressing the annual examination 2014 ceremony here at Public School Larkana on Thursday.
Deputy Commissioner Larkana said that there is no dearth of talent, it needs to groom and provision of opportunities, added that competent student finds his place in every institution of world, shortage of staff in school will be met very soon, he said.
Principal Public School Larkana Irshad Ali Solangi accorded welcome to arrival guests, students of School performed cultural and educational items.
Deputy Commissioner Larkana announced Rs 2000 each for girls and Rs 1000 each for boys.

Retired Post Master continues his struggle for justice

Imtiaz Gorar
LARKANA:
66 year old Mazhar Ali Qadri retired Post Master resident of Ratodero city District Larkana continued his protest and token hunger for recovery of stolen valuables of Rs 0. 5 million here in front of Larkana Press Club.on here Thursday.
Protesting man was carrying the placard inscribed slogans in favor of his longstanding to recover the stolen demand valuables and arrest the involved accused.
Talking to media men Mazahar Ali Qadri told the Journalists that former Chief Justice Supreme Court of Pakistan had taken notice of his matter few years back and ordered to Police for recovery of stolen valuables but despite of passing several months , local Police failed to obey the Court orders and did not arrest the involved accused.
He said his house was looted and stolen the valuables worth of Rs 0.5 million from his house by accused, who were nominated in case among Nizakat Channa, Nisar alias Makhno Channa, Shahzad alias Arbelo Channa but concerned Police were reluctant to arrest the accused, wondering in Ratodero city.
He informed that so far he has spent Rs 0.3 million on cases for recovery of stolen valuables and arrest of accused but still he has failed to get justice for past 5 years, he said.
He appealed to Chief Justice Supreme Court of Pakistan Tasaduq Hussain Jilani to take notice of matter and provide him justice, otherwise he would continue his struggle.

JUP takes out rally against deteriorating law and order situation as well and load shedding

Imtiaz Gorar
LARKANA:
Jamiat Ulema e Pakistan (JUP) took out the protest rally against the lawlessness, inflation, unemployment, load shedding and other issues here on Thursday.
The rally was led by Mulana Manzoor Ali Qalandri, Hafiz Roshan Inklabi, Syed Pir Shah Bukhari and others; rally started from Qaim Shah Bukhari which marching through various routes reached at Jinah
Bagh Chowk, where it turned into the big procession.
Speakers addressing allegedly said that several wine and drug dens are opened in Larkana city under the supervision of local Police and posing big threats to future of our young generation, but Police and district administration are reluctant to take action against the drug peddlers and wine shops, they said.
They said that one hand inflation, poverty and unemployment issues have made the lives of common men miserable, on the other hand load shedding doubled the problems of masses and making public sleepless which is deplorable situation, added that despite of announcement by Prime Minister of Pakistan to minimize the power outage in country, no action so fare has been taken to control the load shedding.
They demanded the removal of SSP Larkana, maintenance of law and order situation in Larkana, controlling on load shedding and other crises.

ALAMUDDIN BULLO POSTED AS PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO CHIEF MINISTER SINDH

Sameer Nazir
KARACHI:
Alamuddin Bullo, an officer of Pakistan Administrative Service (BS-20) awaiting posting has been posted with immediate effect and until further order as Principal Secretary (BS-20) to Chief Minister Sindh against an existing vacancy. In this regard Services & General Administration & Coordination Department has issued a notification on Thursday.
In another notification, Mr. Ghulam Qadir Thebo an officer of Police Services of Pakistan (BS-21) Additional Inspector General of Police Traffic Sindh has been transferred and posted as Additional Inspector General of Police Karachi Range. Mr. Allah Bux @ Javed Akhtar Odho an officer of Police Service of Pakistan (BS-20) Deputy Inspector General of Police West Zone Karachi Range has been transferred and posted as Deputy Inspector General of Police Sukkur Range and Mr. Aftab Pathan an officer of Police Services of Pakistan (BS-20) Deputy Inspector General of Police RRF Sindh has been transferred and posted as Deputy Inspector General of Police Larkana Range against an existing vacancy with immediate effect and until further order.