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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

26th May 2010

MIRPURKHAS May 26. Anti terrorism court Mirpurkhas has been sentence of 7 years imprisonment and fined RS 50000 to accused Malik Imran son of Abdul Sattar of Satellite town Mirpurkhas here on Wednesday while accused will suffer also 6 months imprisonment if he failed to pay fine. Report said that over 6 months ago, unknown persons had been made phone calls on 15 emergency police center Mirpurkhas threatening to police that he will explode the bombs in emergency police center and in the main Shahi Bazaar of Mirpurkhas as result panic was spread in the city. After searching, DPO Mirpurkhas Muneer Ahmed Shaikh had been succeeded to nab the involved accused Malik Imran son of Abdul Sattar resident of Satellite town, while case under section anti terrorism act was already lodged with town police station on behalf of state.
 
MIRPURKHAS May 26. A joint rally of all Sindh Primary teachers association Mirpurkhas district and Masjid school teachers association was taken out on 10th consecutive day of the protest of the primary teachers on Wednesday here from Government Shah Abdul Lateef primary school to Press club in protest against not acceptance of their genuine demands. Despite ongoing severe heat spell hundreds of primary teachers participated in the rally. They marched through main road, carrying banners and placards reached at local press club. Addressing at the protesters district president Haji Mohammad Usman Halepota said that government did not take any kind of notice despite being completed 10 days to their protest campaign. He said that thousands of primary teachers would stage sit in outside the Karachi press club on May 27 to press the government to accept their demands. He said that government should accept their genuine demands as primary teachers of other provinces were already receiving those facilities and only injustice is being made with teachers in Sindh province. He said that they would present also a remember of their charter of demands to Governor Sindh. Rally decided their strategy to go to Karachi on May 27. Those also spoke the protest rally Yaqoob Nohri, Irshad Rajput, Javed Islam, Dhani Bux Narejo and Abdul Rasheed Mari. 

MIRPURKHAS May 26. Administrative manager of Mirpurkhas sugar mill Haider Bux Rustamani has rejected the allegations leveled upon the mill management of Alcohol plant of Mirpurkhas sugar mill by the area abadgars two days back during a protest demonstration saying that Bio gas plant was made in the plant which has 4 digesters and more 4 digesters would soon be installed to make the wastage of the mill unharmful or fruitful  for human being and cattle’s as well as agriculture land. Speaking at a press conference here on Tuesday. He further said that we did not pay compensation RS 250000 to abadgars Ch Mansha who had claimed that his 4 buffalows had been killed after drinking the water from LBOD drain. He further said that he is agreed to pay compensation of cattle and agriculture land that had been died or barren owing to effluents of Alcohol plant of the Mirpurkhas Sugar mill. He expressed that about 3 and half years ago Alcohol plant was installed in which over 1500 employees were working. He said that wastage of the mill is not harmful as colony of the mill and various villages were situated across the LBOD drain in which mill wastage is being disposed while no person was affecting of effluents of the mill. He said that some waste interested people are trying to make issue against the mill for blackmailing. He expressed that their conspiracy will not get success. He further said that short precautionary measures were being adopted by the mill management and local abadgars as sign boards of danger would be installed across the above drain while people would also be deployed there to apprise the people about losses of the effluents being disposed in the LBOD drain. He said that mini treatment plant on 32 to 40 acres is also being constructed to clean it.

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