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Thursday, September 9, 2010

MIRPURKHAS Sept 9. District health officer Mirpurkhas Ashfaque Ahmed Khan has said that 1673 migrated children under 5 years age of IDPs who had been reached to their relatives in the district from flood areas of the Sindh province , had been administered polio drops through health department mobile teams. He was talking to the  news man here on Thursday, he further said that IDPs of flood affected areas had come here to their relatives and other people and they were living unofficially at different places in the district, however district health department setup 6 mobile teams which worked in field at different places from August 16 to August 19 to give polio drops to the under 5 years old children. He said that officially no relief camp of IDPs was setup in the district however he further said that polio vaccine were given also about 2000 children of migrating beggars in the district. He said that 998 children of IDPs of 1673 were found as no any kind of routine general vaccine was yet administered them and mobile teams provided them routine general vaccine as well as polio vaccine. He told that he had been directed the lady health workers and other officials to keep vigilant on the IDPs coming in their respective limit and provide them measles and polio drops without any delay. He said that 331 IDPs were also provided vaccine of hepatitis B

MIRPURKHAS Sept 9. Director Nara canal area water board Mirpurkhas has said that Kunri distributary was in supervision of chairman farmer organization and it was closed for desilting and repairs of its banks purposes. According to a handout issued here on Thursday. He further said that according to XEN Mithrao division, Kunri distrbutary will be open after completion of ongoing work of desilting and repair of its banks. He directed the chairman FO Kunri distributary to ensure reaching of irrigation water till tail end abadgar of the distributary by properly storage of water. 
 
MIRPURKHAS Sept 9. Strict security arrangements particularly outside and inside the markets, shopping centers and bazaars on eve of Eidul Fitre have been intensified to avert any untoward incident in the city. Report said that Eid shopping was continued day night in the city as markets , shopping centers and bazaars were remained open amidst strict security as police personnel even in plain cloths were also deployed in the shopping centers, markets and Bazaars to keep strict watch on miscreants and terrorists. Police personnsles were deployed in and out of the Khisak Pura, Shahi Bazaar, Grain Market, Municipal shopping center, Fruit farm road, New town, M.A.Jinnah road, Market chowk, police shopping center, Makka Masjid chowk Satellite town etc to provide security to the families and buyers . Eid shopping has been gained momentum and rush of families including women and children were seen in the markets and shopping centers. DPO Mirpurkhas Zulfikar Maher personally checking the duties of the personnel to visit the shopping centers and bazaars.Patrolling of law enforcing agencies has also been intensified in the city as vehicles were being checked at entry and exit ways of the city and snap checking of the police were also continued in the city and its outskirts areas. 
 
MIRPURKHAS Sept 9. Registrar of Sindh university campus Mirpurkhas Iftikhar Narejo has said that admissions in different subjects in second badge of Sindh University campus Mirpurkhas have been started. Talking to newsmen, he said that in 2nd badge, admissions in BBA, B.com, IT, CS and Geology subjects have been begun and required 45 percent marks to students of Intermediate pre medical and pre engineering, commerce and arts for applying in the admission. He said that last date of submitting the farms is Sept 24. He added that farm along with catalogue at RS 1000 per farm are available at Habib Bank Limited Jinnah road branch Mirpurkhas. He said that pre entry test of the applied candidates will be held on Oct 24th in the Sindh University campus Mirpurkhas.

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