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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

MIRPURKHAS Aug 19. A student of matric class was shot and injured seriously by two unknown armed motor cyclists here on Wednesday morning at Lalchandabad. Report said that Faran, 16, s/o Dr. Nigar, ex president Pakistan Medical association Mirpurkhas was on his way to school that two unknown bike ridders opened fire on him as result he sustained serious bullet injuries, rushed to emergency of civil hospital where he was provided first aid and then referred for Liaqat Medical University hospital Hyderabad due to his precarious condition. The armed motor cyclists fled away from the spot after the incident. Town police have cordoned off the area and started search the escaped bike ridders. However no case of this incident was reported till filing of the news.

MIRPURKHAS Aug 19. Scores of office bearers and workers of Sindh peoples youth district Mirpurkhas took out a protest rally from the party office here on Wednesday to protest against the Geo TV channel advertising against the Bhutto family and PPP. Protesters led by district president Mohammad Haneef Memon and Ali Akbar Narejo , carried banners and placards marched through main roads and reached at local press club where speakers including Pir Muzammil Jan Sarhandi, Waheed Memon and others strongly condemned the administration of Geo TV channel and accused that above channel is making false advertisements against the Bhutto family, PPP and president Asif Ali Zardari. They urged the administration of the channel to stop immediately such advertisements. They alleged that Shahid Masood and Kamran Khan are the production of dictator regime. They demanded the administration of the channel to sack the both reporters as they were working to damage the democracyand giving benefit to dictatorship. They warned that administration of above TV channel will be responsible if they were not sacked from their jobs. Later they burnt the effigy of Geo TV channel.

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