Constituency NA-63 continues its development journey

Federal Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan, MNA Mansoor Hayat Khan and MPA Ammar Siddique Khan inaugurated Usman Khattar Girls Degree College, Garhi Sikandar Water Supply Scheme, Usman Khattar Water Supply Scheme and completion of streets at a cost of Rs 13 crore. Laid the foundation stone of the projects.

The arrival of young leaders MNA Mansoor Hayat Khan and Ammar Siddique Khan at the venue was warmly welcomed by the esteemed locals and residents of Taxila.

On this occasion MNA Mansoor Hayat Khan in his speech once again spoke on education and training and said that we followed our manifesto and spent 70% of the budget on education.

MNA Mansoor Hayat Khan also slammed the PDM and the opposition and said that in the last 35 years they have deprived the constituency of development. Our 35 months have proved to be people friendly.

Host Malik Ayaz Mehmood, President Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Taxila, Ajmal Khan Tanoli, former MPA Muhammad Shafiq Khan, Dr Asad, Ata-ur-Rehman Chaudhry, Syed Chan Shah Kazmi, PTI workers and residents of the area in large numbers attended the event.

Accused Adil honorably acquitted in the case of CNSA-9c


Adil Khan son of Mumtaz Khan, a resident of Shahi Wah Cantt Tehsil Taxila, was honorably acquitted in the case of CNSA-9c, a popular drug Case of Wah Cantt police station.


According to the details, the accused Adil Khan son of Mumtaz Khan resident of Shahia Wah Cantt was registered under FIR No. 659/2020 under 9c crime in Wah Cantt Police Station against Taxila.

The accused was accused of possessing and selling 1450 grams of Hashish.

The accused was being pursued by lawyer Tahir Mehmood Raja Advocate High Court and his legal team (Shaz Ali Khan Advocate High Court, Maheen Fatima Advocate and Sehrish Chughtai Advocate).

The trial of the accused Khalid Mehmood Cheema was being heard in the court of Additional Sessions Judge Taxila and the investigating officer was Mushtaq SI / NIU.

Tahir Mehmood Raja Advocate argued that he had made a false case against the accused for not fulfilling the illegitimate demand of the police. The prosecution failed to prove its case and the court acquitted the accused.