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Thursday, November 4, 2010

MIRPURKHAS Nov 4. On the call of Jeay Sindh students federation JSMM , a rally was taken out by JSMM Mirpurkhas from government comprehensive higher secondary school here on Thursday to protest against the attack of state department on the house of Sirai Qurban Khawar, vice chairman JSMM and torturing the women . Protesters led by Mazhar Mirrani and Aftab Solangi, carried banners and placards marched through main roads and reached at local press club. Where speaking at the protesters Mazhar Mirrani, Dr Shamshad Mirrani and others strongly condemned the attack of state department on the house of Sirai Qurban Khawar, vice chairman of JSMM and torturing the women. They warned the government to stop such kind of illegal activities otherwise protest campaign throughout province would be launch in this regard.
MIRPURKHAS Nov 4. Scores of workers and office bearers of Sunni Tehreek Mirpurkhas took out the protest rally here on Thursday from its office to protest against the lawlessness, terrorist activities, price hike and increase in price of Petrol. Protesters led by provincial president Noor Ahmed Qasmi and Iltimas Sabir Qadri, carrying placards and banners, marched through main roads and reached at local press club where speaking at the protesters provincial president Noor Ahmed Qasmi, Iltimas Sabir and Hafiz Mehmood Ahmed Qadri have strongly condemned the government wrong policies under which lawlessness and terrorist activities have become common and prices of general commodities and petrol were increasing day by day causing great hardships to the masses. They accused that government had been failed to control the price hike, lawlessness, target killings and unemployment in the country. They said that masses should come forward and do strong the hands of leader Mohammad Sarwat Aijaz Qadri. They said that leadership of Sunni Tehreek was fighting the terrorists and warning the government openly even they are ready to give any kind of sacrifices for the rights of the masses.

MIRPURKHAS Nov 4. Chairman Railway workers union Manzoor Ahmed Razi has strongly condemned the bomb explosions at the railway track at Kotri, Hyderabad and Nawabshah and demanded the government to take immediate notice into this matter and save the track from devastation by strict patrolling and watching. He was talking to this correspondent on Thursday through telephone. He said that owing to this wave of bomb explosions at the railway track, the lives of the passengers and railway employees were under serious threats and panic has been spread among the passengers and railway employees. He appealed those involved in such devastation act should adopt proper way of protest to press the government to accept their genuine demands instead to devastate the railway track and give loss of lives and government properties. He expressed that we are supported the genuine rights of Sindhi national parast and advice the government to hold negotiations with them to resolve their genuine problems. He said that hatred among the masses will spread owing to such devastation act and requested the Sindhi National parast not to make such devastation act and adopt the proper procedure of protest before the rulers to resolve their grievances. 

MIRPURKHAS Nov 4. DCO Mirpurkhas Ghulam Hussain Memon has been requested the provincial benevolent fund board to get special audit of the record of district benevolent fund board Mirpurkhas to appear the people involved in misappropriation of its funds , while he has also been written a letter to DPO Mirpurkhas to take immediate legal action against one Jumma Shar, retired employee of irrigation department district Sanghar who was the main culprit of the gang.  When contacted DCO Mirpurkhas told that he was disclosed the scam as about RS 10 lakhs of the funds of district benevolent fund board Mirpurkhas were allegedly misappropriated in 2007-08 and he had ordered the inquiry and constituted the inquiry committee headed by EDO finance Mirpurkhas Syed Zakir Shah. He claimed that an employee of his office and employee of general post office Mirpurkhas were also involved in this scam. He told that accounts of the people including women who had received the funds money through fake documents were opened their accounts in general post office Mirpurkhas for money transaction . He further said that an employee of his office involved in this scam who will soon be confirmed after which he will face legal action. He further said that main accused Jumma Shar will soon be arrested by the police who will tell his accomplices during the interrogation of the police. Head of the inquiry committee, EDO finance Syed Zakir Shah told that fake 64 cases for receiving the benevolent funds were prepared and lakhs of rupees were released on the base of fake documents of 18 such cases. He said that all the cases were prepared of fake employees of the irrigation department belong to Jamrao, Mithrao and Thar divisions. He said that verification of the employees were not made by the district benevolent fund board Mirpurkhas and added that various persons of the DCO office Mirpurkhas were also involved in this fraud case. He said that he has informed to DCO in written to request concerned higher authorities to get the special audit of the records of the benevolent funds of the district sothat disappeared involved culprits could might be appeared. He said that Jumma Shar, who was retired unfit from irrigation department in district Sanghar, was the main accused and his little brother is still working as Baildar in the irrigation department district Sanghar. When contacted secretary of the district benevolent fund board Mirpurkhas and DDO revenue taluka Sindhri Abdul Hafeez Leghari said that main accused Jumma Shar had been arrested in district Sanghar in fraud case in past and now he has been absconder as he was not appearing in the court on hearing. When tried to contact with DPO Mirpurkhas for his comments but his cell phone did not give response. 

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