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Thursday, March 24, 2011

MIRPURKHAS March 24. Secretary education department has suspended Zulfiqar Ali Shaikh, assistant account officer of EDO education office Mirpurkhas with immediate affect in charges of being allegedly involved in corruption case. Report said that Zulfiqar Ali Shaikh, assistant account officer , ex district officer education secondary Mirpurkhas Mushtaque Ahmed Kaim Khani and ex junior clerk Ghulam Hussain Bajeer had been booked by anti corruption establishment Mirpurkhas in a case no 6/2011 lodged under section u/s 218, 420, 409, 466, 477 and 34 PPC after approval of higher authorities. Report added that above accused had been misappropriated RS 935000 of scholarships funds of the students of 2004. While accused assistant account officer did not maintain accounts and cash book with connivance of other involved officials. Officials of anti corruption establishment ACE circle office Mirpurkhas told that investigation was being made of this case. 

MIRPURKHAS March 24. District officer health Mirpurkhas Dr Ashfaque Ahmed has said that TB disease was a dangerous disease that was created with micro bacterium tuberculosis germs and added that 68000 people each year were died of TB disease in the country. He was addressing at the seminar held here on Thursday on mark of world TB day that was attended by doctors, lady health workers and Para medical staff. He said that TB patient was early healthy if his treatment was made at the time. He said that this disease was shifted to other person immediately and it was mostly affected to lungs. He said that it was also affected to all the parts of the body including backbone, joints and brain. He said that its complete course was of 8 months and added that poor people were mostly affected of it. Those also spoke Dr Yaqoob, district TB coordinator Dr Javed Mari and Dr Manthar Thebo. Later rally was also taken out in this regard from Para medical and health technician school to main gate of civil hospital Mirpurkhas in which participators of seminars attended the rally.Besides, in Sanghar, a walk was also taken out by district health department Sanghar from EDO health office Sanghar to civil hospital Sanghar. Led by EDO health Sanghar Dr Gul Hassan Magsi, carrying banners and placards, marched and reached at civil hospital where EDO health Dr Gull Hassan Magsi, civil surgeon Dr Farooque Awan and Dr Jamaal Din , speaking at the participators said that 90 lakhs people were affected each year of TB disease in the country. They stressed need of proper treatment of the patients. They said that it’s testing facility and free of cost medicines were being provided to patients at 11 health centers of the district Sanghar. 

MIRPURKHAS March 24. District and sessions court Mirpurkhas has been ordered to free 7 peasants (bonded labours) here on Thursday after recording their statements. Report said that Ramchand Oad had been submitted the application in the sessions court , complaining that his 7 relatives were working as peasant at the lands of landlord Manthar Rajar , in the limit of Phuladyyoon police station, while they were forced to labour work while not being paid their wages or share in crops by above landlord . He said that they were deprived of health facilities and requested the session’s judge to order to concern SHO for releasing detained peasants. SHO Phuladyyoon carried out raid and recovered the detained 7 peasants including Dharshi, Soni etc. Released peasants were produced in the session’s court by Phuladyyoon police. 

MIRPURKHAS March 24. More than 40 houses of peasants in village Waryam Narejo, in the limit of Naoabad police station of district Sanghar were completely gutted of fire on Thursday evening. Report received that fire broke out in a house that engulfed the other houses as result about 40 houses were completely ablaze. Fire brigade of Sindhri, Naoabad and Sanghar were reached at the spot to extinguish the fire. However wheat stock, seeds of crops, house articles, gold and silver ornaments and other goods were completely burnt to ashes, while peasants could save their lives and their cattles from dangerous fire. The names of the affected peasants could not be ascertained. However after hectic efforts of 3 hours, fire was extinguished by fire fighters, report said. The affected peasants were sitting in open sky without any help of district government Sanghar.

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