Professional confirms Polio case detected in Larkana

Imtiaz Gorar
Another Polio case was detected in Larkana province of Sindh , official of Expanded Program of Immunization (EPI) confirmed that 13 month old Deen Muhammad son of Majid Ali Chandio resident of village Dabi Chandio of Union Council Rato Kot District Larkana was diagnosed positive for crippling Polio virus
Dr Inyatullah Kandhro District Officer and In charge EPI Larkana told media men that District Health Department Larkana had sent the sampling of stools of effected child on 4th December 2014 to National Institute of Health and Science Islamabad for investigation which confirmed the Polio virus in report, right leg of child is effected, he said.
Dr Kandhro informed that Polio effected child Deen Muhammad born on 30 November 2013 in Shaikh Zaid Women Hospital Larkana where he was administered anti Polio drops and other vaccines, he claimed child had received all doses during the polio vaccination campaign, however team has visited the village of effected child to probe into the matter, Larkana had been Polio free district since 2012.

Jama Cloth Market welfare association Unit No.8 Latifabad has lauded efforts of Administrator Hyderabad Municipal Corporation Khalid Mahmood Shaikh for his efforts and achievements in removing the illegal encroachments for which the shopkeepers were demanding since long.
In a statement issued here President Syed Mubarak Ali, general secretary Sarwar Khan Bangash, joint secretary Abdul Qayoom Ghaznavi, chanirman Akramzai and members of working committee said they thousands of shopkeepers used to demand from every officer for removal of illegal encroachments from Salman shopping center, Aisha park shopping center since last many years which has caused not only embarrassment to shop keepers but also to customers. But now with removal of encroachments by present administrator they have taken sigh of satisfaction and applaud his efforts for performing his professional duties.
They hoped that the illegal encroachers would not be allowed to encroach again. They also demanded to widen the side road along market.
They also praised deputy commissioner Hyderabad Fayyaz Jatoi for his cooperation to HMC for removal of encroachments which has made business of the area miserable.

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A One-Day Seminar on Human Rights was observed at Shah Abdul Latif University, (SALU) Khairpur on Friday, which was organized by the Department of International Relations in collaboration with Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP).
Syed Shamsuddin, Incharge, HRCP, Sindh Chapter presided over the seminar while Prof. Dr. Abdul Majeed Chandio, Prof. Shah Mohammad Luhrani, Dr. Amir Ali Chandio, Ms. Shahida Amir Chandio and Mr. Ayoub Qureshi and others spoke on this occasion.
The speakers shed light on dismal state of human rights in Pakistan and especially in Sindh province. They talked on Violence against Women, Labor Rights, Child Rights and the Religious Minorities. And told that Pakistan is the country where everyone speaks about Human Rights but these rights are being violated at grass route level. The feeling of extremism is emerging day-by-day, forced conversion of religion, attacks on minorities worship places and intolerance.
They said according to the Pakistan constitution 1973, everyone has fundamental rights but due to weak writ of law and bad governance Human Rights are violated. Islam teaches tolerance, interfaith dialogue and religious harmony.
The speakers said that women are maltreated and are deprived of the inherent property.
They said the women development could be availed with the help of education, and strong legislation. The speakers also highlighted the plight of violation of child rights i-e forced labor, etc. They also discussed the famine in Thar where death has spread its wings.
The following resolutions were passed in seminar including the UN must strongly implement its Charter of Human Rights. The boys under 18 may be treated as child. The syllabus of Human Rights may be incorporated from matriculation to University level. Compulsory education for tribal and feudal women should be exercised. The discriminatory laws against women should be eradicated. Religious minorities rights should be protected and the writ of the government should be established.
Prof. Dr. Nisar Ahmed Kanhar, Prof. Dr. Ghulam Sarwar Markhand, Prof. Dr. Taj Mohammad Lashari, Mr. Sarfaraz Ali Korejo, Dr. Mahar Khadim, Sahib Khan Shaikh Ejaz mahar and large number of teachers and students attended the seminar.

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Mr. Ghulam Shabbir Phulpoto, Director Admissions, Shah Abdul Latif university, Khairpur has announced the third merit list if the successful candidates for admissions in bachelors and Masters Program for the Academic Year 2015 on Friday.
The last date for payment of fees has been fixed up to 26th December 2014. The candidates are advised to visit their respective departments for further information and deposit fees within due date.

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A large number of people of Khichi Ithad Sindh Balochistan staged protest and demonstration for recovery of Primary School Teacher Abdul Sattar Khichi and his driver who were kidnapped by armed men few days back.
Sardar Hubdar Hussain Khichi along with heirs of abducted man among Madad Ali Khichi, Sikandar Ali Khichi, Raza Ali Khichi, social activist Dr Nabi Dino Buledi participated in protest and told media men that t Police have failed to find the clue of kidnapped man and reluctant to register the FIR of incident.
Sardar Hubdar Khichi told that on 11 December 2014 Primary Teacher Abdul Sattar Khichi was coming to Larkana city from his village Ghoghari in way to Larkana few unidentified armed men kidnapped him along with his servant Asghar Ali Bhatti in the jurisdiction of Taluka Police Station Larkana, despite of passing reasonable time Police have not lodged their FIR of kidnapping of their men.

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