MIRPURKHAS July 28. Jumma Khan Jhundeer, resident of Shah Colony has accused that his nephew Babar Ali Jhundeer was implicated in false attempt to murder case by town police on the behest of PPP district ladies wing office bearer after dispute between innocent Babar Ali Jhundeer and his wife. Addressing at a press conference here on Tuesday, he said that there had been created dispute between Babar Ali Jhandeer and his wife after which Mohammad Ibrahim , Qurban and Abdul Sattar Jhundeer came to his house , issued him threats of dire consequences and taken away their sister wife of Babar Ali and her ‘Jahaiz goods’. He alleged that Shamim Jhundeer, office bearer of PPP ladies wing forced the town police to lodge the attempted to murder case against innocent Babar Ali, he added . He said that above PPP office bearer was misuing his party power even did not hear them also. He said that above Shamim Jhundeer is defaming the PPP here by her illegal work. He demanded the president Asif Ali Zardari, Sindh Chief minister, Provincial police officer, RPO, DIG Mirpurkhas and DPO Mirpurkhas to take immediately notice into this matter, take action against the above office bearer and withdraw the false case against innocent Babar Ali Jhundeer.
MIRPURKHAS July 28. DCO Mirpurkhas Ghulam Hussain Memon has directed the concerned to make effective and prompt measures to control the pollution and smoke of the cotton factories, increasing the pollution. He was presiding over a meeting of owners of cotton factories here on Tuesday. He said that pollution and smoke of the cotton factories were not only dangerous for atmosphere while dangerous for people as different dangerous diseases were created by them. He directed the factory owners to implement on environment protection act strictly to prevent the poisonous smoke and pollution from spreading in the environment. He asked Irfan Ahmed Abbasi, administrative incharge of environmental protection agency to bind the owners of the cotton factories to install environment protection plant in their cotton factories with the help of environment agency. Irfan Ahmed Abbasi, administrative incharge of environmental protection agency briefed in detail the meeting about the diseases spread with smoke and pollution of cotton factories and their losses.