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Sunday, October 24, 2010

MIRPURKHAS Oct 24. Robbery in jeweler shop at Kot Ghulam Mohammad town has led to the closure of the shops in the markets in protest while protest demonstration was also staged by jewelers and shopkeepers demanding the authorities to arrest immediately the involved robbers on Sunday. Report said that three armed robbers at a bike reached at the shop of Mohammad Khan Jeweler near meat Market in the KGM town in morning, held hostage to the shopkeeper Mohammad Sami, son of Mohammad Khan on gun point and looted gold ornaments from the showcase of the shop of about RS 12 lakhs and fled away from the spot . In reaction of the robbery all the markets and bazaars were closed in the protest while enraged shopkeepers took out protest rally and also burnt the old tyres at the different places of the town. Protesters led by jewelers Mohammad Sami, Mohammad Khan, Preet Kumar and Arjan Kumar raised slogans against the KGM police and demanded the authorities to ensure immediate arresting of the involved culprits. They marched through main roads and reached at KGM police station where they held protest demonstration. Speakers on this occasion accused that law and order has been deteriorated in the taluka Kot Ghulam Mohammad owing to inefficiency of the local police while robbers, thieves and other criminals were roaming without any fear. They alleged the police for their completely failure to control the growing crimes. They urged the higher authorities to take immediate notice of disturb law and order situation, take special measures by replacing the SPO KGM and ensure immediate nabbing the involved culprits and recover the booty (gold ornaments). During this SHO KGM Lala Javed and SPO KGM Sher Khan Rind negotiated with the enraged protesters and sought the 12 hours for apprehending the involved culprits. But the enraged protesters were not agreed for giving the time to police during this local PPP leaders Abid Kaim Khani and Mohammad Aslam Dal intervened in that situation and negotiated with the protesters and police officers and agreed to the protesters to give time of 12 hours to local police for arresting the escaped accused. Later the protesters dispersed peacefully. However no case of this incident was lodged with KGM police station till filing of the news.

MIRPURKHAS Oct 24. Child specialist and incharge peads ward of the civil hospital Mirpurkhas Dr Ghazi Khan Mari has called upon the higher authorities to ensure supply of newly recommended drug of World health organization WHO Misonate (Artisonate) for providing to Malaria (Felciparum) resistant cases as in past Malaria (Felciparum) resistant patients had been admitted in the peads ward of the civil hospital Mirpurkhas. Talking to the local news man, Dr Ghazi Khan Mari said that last year over such 50 cases of Malaria (Felciparum) resistant were appeared despite using two to three times all recommended medicines of WHO to them and there test were appearing positive of Malaria (Felciparum) . He stressed acute need of newly recommended drug Misonate (Artisonate) sothat such kind of patients could get relief. He said that we had tried to give all WHO recommended medicines of Malaria Felciparum patients last year but severe resistant appeared and positive result of Malaria (Felciparum) test of dozens of indoor patients were appeared, creating the severe difficulties to the doctors to give relief to the patients . He said that above newly recommended drug had been provided to officials of Malaria control programme at Hyderabad but still district Mirpurkhas was yet deprived of that drug to give relief to the Malaria resistant cases. He said that daily two to three patients of Malaria are reporting to the civil hospital Mirpurkhas and five patients of Malaria were admitted in the different wards of the civil hospital. He said that senior child specialist Dr Ghulam Rasool Buriro and woman medical officer Dr Perveen Khan were also supervised the treatment of Malaria cases particularly in peads ward of the civil hospital. He urged the authorities to ensure supply of sufficient quantity of WHO newly recommended above drug to civil hospital Mirpurkhas as well as other government hospitals of the district sothat doctors could provide proper treatment to the Malaria (Falciparum) cases in the district.

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