Lock down imposed in Mardan after death from corona virus

Lock down imposed in Mardan after death from corona virus

Mardan: Following a casualty caused by corona virus lockdown has been imposed in Mardan,s union council Manga.

After the death of a citizen due to corona virus , the lock down has been slapped  in Mardan,s union council Manga for indefinite period.

With this regard the Deputy Commissioner Mardan  has issued notification as well.

According to the notification  no one can enter nor leave union council.

Medical checkup, screening and other tests in respect of family members of deceased are underway  at Medical Complex Mardan.


Coronavirus matter should neither be politicized nor be made controversial: Nasir Hussain Shah

Nasir Hussain Shah Advisor to Chief Minister (CM) Sindh

Nasir Hussain Shah Advisor to Chief Minister (CM) Sindh has said Coronavirus should not be made controversial and we stand with Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan on this important national issue.

He said this while talking to media men  on the matter of coronavirus here Thursday.

He held this vital national issue should neither be politicized nor be made controversial. We stand with PM on this issue. We are trying our best to deal with this pandemic .

He pointed out two major Taftan centres have been set up in Karachi. One among them has capacity to accommodate 4000 patients while the second has capacity for 2000 patients.

Trained staff comprising 60 employees has been deployed at airport. The local cases are 10 and they are being provided treatment.

ECP urged to stop Qureshi from interfering in by-poll

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Peoples Party has accused Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi of influencing the coming by-election for a Sindh Assembly seat in Tharparkar.

Head of the PPP Central Election Cell Taj Haider has asked the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to act against Mr Qureshi under the law.

In a letter to the chief election commissioner, Mr Haider said that the foreign minister has breached the code of conduct by interfering in the by-election in PS-52 Tharparkar.

The PPP leader said that Mr Qureshi, while being a member of the federal cabinet, addressed his spiritual followers in PS-52 by telephone on the night of March 10 (Tuesday) and urged them to vote for former chief minister of Sindh Dr Arbab Ghulam Rahim.

“This indulgence by the foreign minister is a clear and blatant violation of the Code of Conduct. We wish to bring to your kind notice that Arbab Ghulam Rahim as the Chief Minister Sindh of the condemned military dictator General Pervez Musharraf had been the chief architect and implementer of record rigging for Mr Shaukat Aziz in Tharparkar when more than 200,000 votes were stamped in his favour without the candidate even visiting the NA constituency,” the letter says.

Mr Haider apprehended that the address by the foreign minister was only the start of a “fresh rigging tsunami” in the constituency, if it was not checked by the ECP in the very beginning.

As many as 13 candidates, including Dr Arbab Ghulam Rahim, have submitted nomination papers to contest the by-election on April 15.

The seat fell vacant after the death of Ali Mardan Shah of the PPP.

Political analysts expect a close contest between PPP candidate Amir Ali Shah, son of late Ali Mardan Shah, and Dr Arbab Ghulam Rahim, who is a candidate of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, supported by the Grand Democratic Alliance.

During the 2018 general elections, Ali Mardan Shah had secured 52,647 votes, while Dr Arbab Ghulam Rahim got 32,148 votes.

Test in 11 districts of KPK for Meter Reader vacancies in PESCO will held at 8th of March 2020

StepNext will held the test for Candidates.

Test in 11 districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for Meter Reader vacancies in PESCO

The Stepnext company has been hired to test the candidates for meter reader’s vacancies, Test will conduct on Sunday, March 8 2020.

The tests will be conducted in eleven districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Dir, Malakand, Peshawar, Mardan, Kohat, Abbottabad, Swat, Bannu, DI Khan, Swabi and Nowshera.

Messages have also been sent by Step Next Company for a reminder that Candidate should reach at assign center.

Instructions have also been issued for getting candidates to the respective centers. Four centers have been set up for recruitment of meter readers in every district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Two hundred and eighty-five candidates have been applied for the post…