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Monday, October 18, 2010

MIRPURKHAS Oct 18. Incharge medical ward of the civil hospital Mirpurkhas and his wife also doctor were robbed by three armed motor cyclists in Satellite town area in day light here on Monday. Report said that Gastroenteritis Dr Abdul Qadir , incharge medical ward of the civil hospital Mirpurkhas and his wife Dr Farhana , who is also appointed as medical officer in dispensary of PTCL Mirpurkhas were on their way to house in their car that unknown three armed motor cyclists intercepted them and looted cash RS 10000, two mobile cell phones and gold ornaments of thousands of rupees and escaped away from the spot. Satellite town police have been informed about this incident by Dr Abdul Qadir; however no case of this incident was lodged till filing of the news.
MIRPURKHAS Oct 18. On the general complaints, judicial magistrate Mirpurkhas and district drug inspector have conducted raids in the local wholesale drugs market here on Monday and took sample of medicine and checked also official records of the wholesale shops. Report said that Judicial Magistrate Mirpurkhas Ahmed Nawaz Dombki along with district drug inspector Mirpurkhas Sain Dino Nohri carried out raids in the local wholesale market of the drugs and took sample of unregistered herbal medicine Invervit , while raiding party also checked the official records of the whole sale shops in the market and searched the illegal medicines , while on this occasion Mohammad Rafique Arain, president drug and chemist association district Mirpurkhas was also reached at the spot. Report said that after receiving alleged information all the illegal unregistered medicines and samples were replaced from the shops by shopkeepers before the raid. Panic was spread in the wholesale market of the drug. 

MIRPURKHAS Oct 18. Vice president Sindh abadgar board district Mirpurkhas chapter Haji Abdul Ghafoor Maher advocate has expressed concern over the acute shortage of water in tail end districts of Nara canal causing adversely affecting the sowing of wheat and other crops of Rabi season. In a press statement issued here on Monday, he deplored that as the Rabi season started and people had prepared their lands for cultivation the wheat crop irrigation authorities gradually decreased the water discharge in the Nara canal head causing about 50 percent shortage of water in tail end districts Mirpurkhas, Umerkot, Sanghar and Tharparkar. He expressed that agriculture department had already been launched its Grow more wheat campaign in the districts and in seminars being held on union council level experts were advising the growers to grow more than wheat crop at their lands and giving knowledge of modern technology but he regretted that efforts of agriculture department and its Grow more wheat campaign will be fail if the main factor of agriculture, irrigation water was not released properly or supplied to the tail end areas of the Nara canal command area according to their requirements. Maher regretted that agriculture sector had already been suffered big losses in past particularly during flood condition but government should provide more than facilities to the growers for strengthen the agriculture sector and more than production of crops. He said that during a week about 1500 cuses water discharge was decreased in Nara canal head as at this time only 10200 cusec water discharge is being supplied to Nara canal head instead of required quantity 16000 cusec. He deplored that to ensure providing water till tail end abadgars, XENs of Jamrao, Mithrao and Thar divisions were preparing rotation programme of their divisions as result wheat sowing would be adversely affected. He accused that owing to unknown causes government was not taking the legal action against the water thieves and installed illegal pumping machines and their owners installed at both banks of Nara canal in district Khairpur. He called upon the Sindh chief minister, irrigation minister, secretary irrigation and chairman Sindh irrigation and drainage authority SIDA to take immediate notice of acute water shortage in the tail end above districts and ensure proper required supply of water in Nara canal head and remove the installed illegal pumping machines and legal action against the water thieves. 

MIRPURKHAS Oct 18. Government secondary teachers’ association district Mirpurkhas GSTA has decided to launch the protest campaign from Oct 19 in the district against the district government failure to implement on issuance of time scale orders to the local teachers. This decision was taken in the meeting of GSTA district Mirpurkhas held here on Monday, presided by its president Iqbal Ahmed panhwer, meeting strongly condemned the district government and demanded the Sindh government to take notice in this regard. It was told the meeting that time scale notification was issued to teachers by Sindh government on June 7, 2010 but it was not yet implemented in the district Mirpurkhas as result resentment and unrest were prevailed among the teachers. Meeting accused that EDO finance was the hurdle for issuance of order of time scale to teachers and accused that EDO finance was also making illegal committees in the education department and directly making intervention in the education department. Meeting issued the protest schedule as on Oct 19, to 24, daily token hunger strike will be observed from 10 AM to 4 PM in front of local press club while on Oct 25, protest rally will be taken out from Government Shah Waliullah high school to DCO office Mirpurkhas after which protest meeting will be held to prepare future planning.

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