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Grand Ceremony Featuring Well-Known Political and Social Personalities Marks Celebrations of Zainab Hayat Khan’s Barat in Pind Noshari

A grand ceremony was organized in Pind Noshari on the occasion of the Barat ceremony of Zainab Hayat Khan, the daughter of a former federal minister and senior leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Ghulam Sarwar Khan, sister of MNA Mansoor Hayat Khan. Special participation of well-known political, social, religious, and regional personalities from across Pakistan was witnessed at the venue.

Especially leader of PPP Qamar Zaman Kaira, Federal Minister for Saffron, Senator Talha Mehmood, Deputy Speaker Punjab Assembly Wasiq Qayyum, Chairman Sweet Homes Zamard Khan, Senator Babar Awan, Pir Sahib of Golra Sharif, Rashid Shafiq, Sardar Mumtaz Khan Paswal, Brigadier Ijaz Shah, former Home Minister, Aamir Mehmood Kayani, Raja Nasir, Anjam Aqeel Khan PMLN, Malik Amin Aslam, Masood Khan, Imtiaz Khan, Chaudhry Afzal MPA, Haji Amjad MPA, Taj Khan MNA, Former Senator Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar, Khawaja Waqar Khan Advocate Jamaat-e-Islami, Malik Azmat Mahmood, Tahir Aslam Khan of Burhan, Rahmat Khan of Paswal, Bilal Ashraf Khan, Haji Waseem Raza, Khairullah Khan, Zaheer Shah Zaledar, Aamir Rana CEO Ibrahim Builders, Syed Abrala Islam, Syed Shehzad Nadeem Bukhari CPO Rawalpindi, DC Rawalpindi, CTO Rawalpindi including a large number of bureaucrats and senior military officials.

In this grand ceremony, prominent personalities from all walks of life, including top leaders and elected representatives of various political parties, religious scholars, officials, politicians, Journalists, and other personalities been invited.

The guests of Zainab Hayat Khan’s wedding ceremony were delighted with the exquisite cuisine served.


IG Punjab Aamir Zulfiqar Khan: Speed Up Operations Against Criminals and Take Action Against Corrupt Officials!

IG Punjab Aamir Zulfiqar Khan expressed his displeasure over the criminal situation in Rawalpindi and instructed to speed up operations against criminal and anti-social elements, adding that Supervisory Officers who failed to control criminality would not be allowable to keep their seats.

He also proposed targeted operations against drugs, gambling and other crime dens on a daily basis.

He further instructed the deployment of additional teams of tourist and traffic police during the snow season in Murree for the convenience of visitors.

Furthermore, IG Punjab insisted that those officials who take bribes from hotels, harass tourists in an unreasonable manner and show unprofessional behavior should be made examples of disgrace.

Aamir Zulfiqar Khan, during his visit to Rawalpindi, presided over the crime meeting and heard the grievances of the citizens at the Open Court.

CONCLUSION: The visit of IG Punjab Aamir Zulfiqar Khan to Rawalpindi serves as a testament to the true dedication, strength, and determination to tackle the issues of crime, drugs, gambling and unprofessional behavior towards tourists. His words of wisdom and instructions to speed up operations against criminals, put an end to bribery and bad behavior towards tourists, and to deploy additional teams of tourist and traffic police for the season are all measures that will surely bring about a decrease in crime and an increase in safety for those who choose to enjoy the beauty of the region. This visit has highlighted the commitment of IG Punjab to combat the issues plaguing the region and exemplifies how serious and powerful the government is in ensuring a safe and secure environment for all.

Rawalpindi Police is using all resources to protect the country and the nation, said CPO Muhammad Ahsan Younis.


CPO Rawalpindi Muhammad Ahsan Younis visits Murree Road and Liaquat Bagh,

Checked and instructed the officers and police personnel present at the duty points,

The CPO commended the officers and police personnel for performing their duties diligently during the Ramazan.

CPO Muhammad Ahsan Younis did aftaar with the officers and police personnel on duty at Liaquat Bagh.

Rawalpindi Police is always committed to protect the citizens, CPO said

The force that performs important duties in difficult situations is to be commended, CPO

Rawalpindi Police is using all its resources to protect the country and the nation, said CPO Muhammad Ahsan Younis.

Day Care Center established in Women Police Station Rawalpindi..

Day Care Center established in Women Police Station Rawalpindi for the children of women police officers, all possible steps for the welfare of force are being taken according to the vision of IGP, Punjab Inam Ghani, said CPO Rawalpindi.

Establishment of Day Care center for our children is a revolutionary step by CPO Muhammad Ahsan Younas, said lady police officers.

According to the details, CPO Rawalpindi Muhammad Ahsan Younas continues to take revolutionary steps for the welfare of force and to enhance professionalism in the policing. Establishment of a day care center for the children of lady police officers in women police station Rawalpindi is another step in this regard. According to the vision of Inspector General of Police, Punjab Inam Ghani, CPO Muhammad Ahsan Younas has established a day care center for the children of women police officers; the day care center will be available for the children from 08.00 am to 04.00 pm. Facilities like kitchen, heaters, air conditioner, geyser, washroom, comfortable bedding, toys, LED television, study material and other playing articles have been provided in the day care center for the well being and care of the children. With the establishment of day care center, women police officers will remain care free during their duty hours as their children will be taken care of in a comfortable caring atmosphere with home like facilities. A woman police officer is deputed to take care of the children while the overall monitoring of the center will be done by a senior lady police officer Zunaira Azfar, SP Security Rawalpindi. Women police officers of Rawalpindi have been delighted on the establishment of such a vital necessity and have appreciated the step of CPO Muhammad Ahsan Younas for their welfare. CPO on the occasion said that welfare of force is our priority, day care center has been established to provide better working atmosphere and facility for the women police officers and it will make them care free during their duty hours which ultimately will enhance their working capabilities. Establishment of Day Care center was the need of the hour which has been met.

Sugar to be sold for Rs84 after consignment reaches Pindi

RAWALPINDI: Sugar will be sold in Rawalpindi markets for Rs84 per kilogram starting today (Wednesday), following the arrival of a consignment from Karachi Port.

The provincial government released 779 metric tons of sugar to the Rawalpindi district after a month-long sugar crisis, to sell in the open market for Rs84 per kg.

Sugar was being sold for Rs110 per kg in the open market, while people were queuing outside Utility Stores to buy the commodity at a subsidised price of Rs70 per kg.

However, Utility Store outlets were only selling 5kg bags of sugar instead of 1kg packs.

Additional Deputy Commissioner General Zaheer Anwar Jappa told Dawn that sugar prices would gradually decline in the open market now that imported sugar from Karachi has reached the city and distribution to vendors has begun.

He said the district’s requirement was 150 metric tons per week, so 779 metric tons would be more than enough. He added that the district administration would check that sugar is being sold for Rs84 per kg.

Mr Jappa added that sugarcane crushing season would begin on Nov 10, after which more sugar would reach the market soon. He said the government has imported sugar, which will be enough for some months.

Consumers can register complaints if sugar is not being sold at the price determined by the administration, he said, adding that the government would ensure that all the shopkeepers sell sugar at the fixed price.

Deputy Commissioner retired Capt Anwarul Haq said that price magistrates in the district raided 769 shops and fined 122 shopkeepers Rs250,000 for overcharging.

He directed price magistrates to speed up the drive against the price hike and overcharging for edibles in the district. He said any shopkeeper found to be overcharging would face cases and would be sent to jail, while their shops sealed immediately.

Mr Haq also visited Lalazar Market and checked the weights and the quality and prices of food sold in various shops.