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2 Saturday, March 3, 2018 Metropolitan SHC turns down Sharjeel’s bail application in ‘Rs5.76bn Scam’ KARACHI: The Sindh High Court on Friday turned down bail plea of former provincial minister Sharjeel Inam Memon in a case pertaining to the Rs5.76 billion corruption in the Sindh information department. A two-judge bench headed by Justice Iqbal Ahmed Kalhoro rejected the request of bail of Memon and other accused and maintained that accused have filed bail applications after the arrest and, if they want, can approach the apex court in this connection. The lawyers of the Memon filed the bail application on health grounds.His counsel Advocate Sardar Latif Khosa requested the bench to hear Mr Memon’s bail application at an earlier date SZABIST Karachi organizes ‘Career Fair 2018’ telling the judges that the former minister had not been provided due medical facilities in jail. The Pakistan Peoples Party leader and 11 others were arrested in October outside the Sindh High Court after their interim bail pleas were revoked in a case pertaining to corruption of Rs5.76 billion in the information department. The PPP leader along with former provincial information secretary, other officials of the information departments and heads of different advertisement agencies was booked by the National Accountability Bureau for embezzlement of Rs5,766,479,766 purportedly paid to seven advertising agencies for awareness campaigns from 2013 to 2015. Govt provides funding for 50,000 unemployed students annually KARACHI: Executive which participated in the GulAhmed Textiles, Habib O l i v e d i g i t a l / g o t o , Development Center (EDC) eventincludeAdamjee Life Metropolitan Bank, Omnicom Media Group Department of SZABIST Assurance, AGP Limited, Hashwani Group, Hilal (manhattan international), (Karachi), organized Career AIESEC, Al Baraka Bank Confectionery (Pvt.) Ltd, Pakistan Mercantile Staff Reporter Fair 2018from (Pakistan) Limited, Aman HRSG Outsourcing, Hum Exchange Limited, Pakistan 14thFebruary to Foundation, Bank Alhabib, Networks, Human Capital State Oil (PSO), Pharmevo, 16thFebruary 2018 at the Binary Vibes, Blitz, BMA HR Solutions, IBM PREMIER Group, Prime University Campus in Capital, Brand Edge, China Pakistan, Icon group, ICS HR, Professional which over seventy (70) Overseas Ports Holding Pvt. Group, IFFCO Pakistan, Employers Private Limited national and multinational Ltd, CitiBank, Cloud BPO InterwoodMobel, ITCODE, (PEOPLE), Rastek organizations participated. & Robotics Labs, J & P Coats Pakistan Technologies Pvt Ltd, SGS, During the three-day Career CONZEPT CONNEC- (Private) Limited, A.A. Joy Sindh Education Fair, more than 600 students TION – PAKISTAN, Daraz Land, JS Bank, Kinetics, Foundation, TCF, TCS E- including our alumni, final Group, EMI (Pakistan) Ltd, Leopards Courier, Com Private Limited, year students of graduate English Biscuit Logicose, MarkematicsPvt Tectonic Pvt Ltd, The Aga and postgraduate level submitted Manufacturers, ePlanet Ltd, Master Group, Meezan Khan University, Team A their application for Communications (Pvt) Ltd, Bank Ltd, Multinet Pakistan Ventures, TPL Corp Ltd, employment, training and Fancy Group of Companies, Private Limited, National U&I Garments Pvt Limited internship. TapalDanedar Faysal Bank, Gadoon Data Consultants (Pvt) Ltd, (JunaidJamshed / Almirah), was one of the major sponsor Textile Mills Limited, NOWPDP, Nizam Energy, Vibrant Minds and of event. Organizations General Tyres, Groupm, OBS Pharma, WavetecPvt Ltd. ‘Tree cover should be increased in big cities like Karachi to improve climate, environment’ KARACHI: There is a need to train and provide basic information to concerned public, volunteers, and non-governmental organizations about methods to do plantation drive in Karachi for securing best results to maximally increase tree cover in the city. This was stated by prominent horticultural expert Toufeeq Pasha while speaking at a training seminar on plantation drive conducted jointly by National Forum for Environment and Health (NFEH) and Saylani Welfare Trust the other day. Mr. Pasha said on the occasion that just planting a tree sapling was not enough as one who participated in KARACHI: Renowned Poet, Literary Figure, Naat Khawan and Ex-Director Information Sindh Memon Roshan Tabassum’s Poetry Collection Book, Naatia CD’s and Monthly Saroopa Magazine Award 2017 Ceremony was held in the Auditorium of National Museum of Pakistan here. President Karachi Rotary Dr. Mazar Imam, Senior Education Officer Kishwar Fatima, Ex Director Information A. B. Memon, Shehnaz Noor Qureshi, Social Figure Akram Bhatti, Social, Political and Religious figures attended the ceremony. the plantation drive should fully take care of the sapling planted by him or her till the time it became a fully grown tree. He said that decreasing forest cover in Pakistan was one major reason behind less rain spells in the country as more the greenery existed in any country, the more it would receive rain instances. KARACHGI: Workers use heavy machinery to remove the container that over turned at Native Jetty Bridge due to over speeding. He said that plantation drives should be conducted in Pakistan in full view of the peculiar seasonal requirements as local species of plants should be used in such drives. While useless foreign plant species like Conocarpus Erectus should be discouraged in such plantation drives, said the horticultural expert. Addressing the Launching and Award Ceremony, the President Rotary Dr. Manzar Imam while high lighted the work of Memon Roshan Tabassum in various fields through his writings and poetry, raised the voice of common men at every level. She played a effective vote in every capacity she holds even during her service tenure in Government Department, she had contributed a lot KU extends LLM examination forms submission schedule Staff Reporter KARACHI: KU Controller of Examinations has notified that the examinations form and fees for LLM Previous and Final Annual Examinations 2017 will be accepted from 5th March to 8th March, 2018 at their respective colleges with the examination fees of Rs. 10,300/= (for each part) and late fees of Rs. 500/= (Total Rs. 10,800/-). All those candidates who were registered in 2011 or earlier and want to appear at B.A Annual External Examinations 2017 can appear by paying Rs. 5000/= as extra charges in addition to the normal examination fee. Seminar on ‘Understanding through Writings of Mubarak Ali’ at KU Staff Reporter KARACHI: A seminar on “Understanding History through Writings of Mubarak Ali” was organized under IR discussion group under department of Int’l Relations, University of Karachi. Dr Naeem Ahmed, Associate Professor of International Relations delivered the welcome speech and explained his views on Dr Mubarak Ali’s writings as comprehensively written and easy to understand adding that Dr Ali is critical as well as analytical in his writings. “History was not only about people and events rather it was a wider discourse to ponder upon”, Dr Naeem added. Dr Irfan Aziz, Asst. Professor at Federal Urdu University elucidated how Dr. Mubarak took the narrative to his reader which is an art that he masters. Dr Aziz unfolded the reality before the audience as how number of people who read books/newspapers was rapidly shrinking with the evolution of smart phones and social media which was responsible in giving us the information that is highly questionable and lacks credibility. Memon Roshan Tabassum’s launching of poetry book, Naatia CD’s and Saroopa Award 2017, ceremony held and did justice with every task and assignment through she had activity participated in social political forum and also did work as Naatia Poetry too. Dr. Mazar Imam also lauded her services, has said that Ms. Memon through a high officer in government department, being a working lady, she taught her children as good mother good wife and recognized herself at every level. He hoped that she would continue to use his work for the betterment development and flourish the healthy activities in future too. KARACHI: Federal Additional Secretary NIP M Ashraf said that now days students don’t have working experience after doing Bachelors and Masters but first requirement of any job is experience. Government of Pakistan has initiated National Internship Program to bridge this gap for youth which worth 23 billion and for three years. Government provides funding for 50,000 unemployed students graduates every year for this program.Around 47 percent students get jobs right after the internship. He was expressing his views at the certificate distribution ceremony of National Internship Program at Arts Auditorium, University of Karachi. He thanked Vice Chancellor Dr. Ajmal Khan and Registrar KU for their support and assured to convince VC KU and Federal Secretary to provide internships to KU unemployed graduates at KU. KU is biggest university so its student deserve such opportunities and we will provide funding for that. KARACHI: There is a need of strategic alignment in Pakistan among Federal Education Ministry, Federal Higher Education Commission, provincial HECs and universities. Pakistani universities have been advised to; in line their strategic plans with the national policy of ‘Vision 2025’. Ministry of Federal Education & Professional training and Higher Education Commission (HEC) should KARACHI: A view of a broken nullah at Punjab Chorangi hindering the smooth flow of traffic which requires attention of the authorities concerned. KARACHI: Chairman DMC Central, Rehan Hashmi inspecting green belt around Liaquatabad flyover. Gen Bajwa hails Sindh Rangers’ performance KARACHI: Pakistani mother and noted woman scientist Dr Aafia Siddiqui is witnessing her another birthday in illegal detention and counting, but the Pakistani government has just ignored her case, said Aafia Movement Pakistan leader and noted neurophysician of the country, Dr Fowzia Siddiqui here Friday. In a statement, she said March 02 is the birthday of Aafia, which like her previous 14 birthdays is observing in detention. She said Aafia is away from her family and languishing in the foreign prison, because the government of her country is showing apathy to raise her case on governmental level. She said there were many opportunities to seek her repartition, but our rulers dragged feet and they did KARACHI: Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa hailed the Sindh Rangers in maintaining the law and order situation in Karachi. During a visit to Corps headquarters and Malir Garrison, he said that peace in the metropolitan city was vital to the security and stability of Pakistan He said that efforts will continue to be made to further improve the law and order situation in the province. At Corps headquarters, the army chief was briefed on the security situation in the province, especially in Karachi. The not talk to the US administration and also did not send official letter in this regard. Dr Fowzia said that March 02 is also a festival day in Texas, USA, but the Pakistani embassy in the US is not sending birthday wish to Aafia, and nor taking efforts to arrange her meeting with her family. She reminded that army chief was also updated about the operational preparedness of the Karachi Corps. While addressing officers at Malir Garrison, Gen Bajwa praised the officers for the professional excellence towards defence and security of the country. Aafia Siddiqui observes another birthday in prison, as mum of rulers continue KARACHI: Children are cutting a cake on the occasion of birthday of Dr Aafia Siddiqui organized by Aafia Movement outside Karachi Press Club. the Pakistani government had given the US embassy in Pakistan full access to killer Raymond Davis. She said the Pakistani government was also generous enough to take care of the human rights of Indian spy Kulbushan, but it does not remember the daughter of the nation, Aafia, and her human rights. KARACHI: Members of Joint Employees Action Committee of Pakistan are protesting against privatization of steel outside Karachi Press Club. Pakistan is far behind in doctoral education from the world: Dr Munir Hussain develop an educational policy ‘Educational Vision 2025’ in line with national policy of ‘Vision 2025’. These recommendations have been made in a research paper on “Macrolevel analysis of Doctoral Education in Pakistan” which has been written by Director, Quality Enhancement cell, (QEC) Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Karachi Dr. Munir Hussain recently. The paper was read in seminar held at Agha Khan Medical University, Karachi. According to this research paper the countries which have highest number of doctoral graduates are USA, (67, 4490) Germany, (28,147) UK, (25,020) and India (24,300) in a single calendar year. Rather in Pakistan around 163 universities have produced over 11,528 doctoral graduates in past 71 years. KARACHI: Chairman DMC Malir, Jan Mohammad Baloch along with Municipal Commissioner, Imran Aslam praying after inaugurating construction project of Naik Mohammad Community Centre at UC-09. KARACHI: Chairman DCK, Salman Abdullah presiding meeting with the municipal officers on performance. KARACHI: Chairman DMC Korangi, Syed Nayyar Raza inspecting ongoing development works of municipal facilities at various zones.

Hyderabad: Security forces foil major terror bid, 5 arrested Bureau Chief HYDERABAD: A timely operation conducted by security forces in Hyderabad on Friday morning prevented a major terror attack as three bombs and a huge cache of explosive materials was recovered. Police forces raided a house near Hatri bypass after receiving intelligence reports, arresting five men belonging to a banned outfit. The men were later shifted to an unknown location for interrogation.According to sources, the suspects had planned an attack on Friday. Last month the Hyderabad police recovered materials used in preparing Allah Bux Khushik DADU: Jirga (tribal court) court hearing of five murders case was heard in Bhan Syed Abad town by PPP local leader and tribal chieftain of Panhwer Community Sardar Manzoor Ahmed Panhwer and decided verdict in closed doors to fine two billion rupees on accused group, it is learned Friday. According to detail, 25 years old enmity jirga of six person murders case of was settled in Rahphoto house of Bhan Syed abad town, which is also constituency of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Ali Murad. Some 25 years ago clash had started between Rind and Otha communities over pity issue where first time improvised explosive devices (IED) during a raid in the late hours of Monday at a residential unit in Qasimabad.According to the police, the material allegedly belonged to a group which was involved in an IED explosion on Qasimabad Road, which killed a man, on January 29. The bomb disposal squad’s in-charge, Ramzan Panhwar, said that around 500gms of explosives, bullets, batteries, remote and wires were recovered. According to him, a similar device was used in the explosion on December, 2016, outside the Sindh Agriculture University which targeted the Rangers. A shadowy group, Sindhu Desh Liberation Army, was blamed for that incident which left a Rangers personnel, injured along with a civilian. A police source said that two suspects, Murtaza Abro rind community person was killed and both side in period of 25 years their 6 person were killed and four women were kidnapped during clash. During clash of Rind and Otha communities in area of Bhan town more than three pedestrian and animals were injured during firing armed person. Area elites and police had tried to end enmities between Rind and Otha communities but they could not end hostilities. to end enmity between Rind and Otha communities’ tribal chieftain Sardar Manzoor Chandio reached the houses of Rind and Otha communities and successes to end hostility but in Jirga System. and Muzafar Nagraj, had been arrested after the January 29 explosion in Hyderabad. During the interrogation, the two suspects reportedly disclosed to the police the identities of their alleged accomplices and their whereabouts after which a raid was conducted at a bungalow in Abdullah Villas Monday night. The house belonged to an employee,Azizullah Magsi, of Lakhra Power House. He had The jirga court was also attended by nationalist parties’ leaders and local tribal chieftain. During hearing of Jirga court both communities were motivated to pay fine amount, announcing the verdict of Jirga (tribal court) judge in closed doors Sardar Manzoor Ahmed Panhwer ordered to Rindh group community to pay two billion fine amount to Otha group for killing their five person and kidnapping three women during war. The rind group accepted to Jirga ordered. Other hand, tribal court judge also ordered to Otha community group to pay 45000 rupees for killing Rindh community person and illegally detaining rented the upper floor of his house to two individuals, Mazhar Panhwar and Salman, whom the police suspect to be associates ofAbro and Nagraj. According to the police, Mazhar and Salman were not present at the place at the time of the raid. On the tip off Hyderabad police and other legal departments raided house near Hatri Bypass. As a result of that five terrorist arrested and recovered 3 complete bombs Six murders case Jirga fines two billion rupees in CM constituency Syed Zain Shah celebrates Holi festival with Hindu community at Sakrand Vijay Kumar S H A H E E D BENAZIRABAD: Leader of Sindh united party Syed Zain shah celebrated colour festival with Hindu community including Bhagri, Oad, jhandawira, Sochi and many others at Sakrand. He has also extended heartiest greetings to HYDERABAD: Members of the Hindu community are celebrating Holi. Imtiaz Dharani MITHI: SSP Tharparkar Ameer Saud Magsi talking to the local journalists in his office on Friday claimed that Nangji Meghwar, who was found drowned in the water tank in his house in Mithi town on Tuesday was not an official witness in the FIR of the double murder case adding he claimed that the laborer committed suicide due to mental disorder. He rejected the claims of his relatives that Nagji committed suicide after he was grilled by police adding HYDERABAD: Main accused Indian connected terrorist Muzzafar Nagraj is answering the questions during a press conference of DIG Javed Odho. Hindu community on the eve of colourful festival, which is being celebrated throughout sindh. Holi festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair broken relationships in Hindu religion. Syed zain shah said, we are always with hindus in the difficult time, sharing happiness with each other is our prime moral duty. He also added , We all are equal in the eyes of Allah Almighty, so we should respect every religion. Drowned journalist wasn’t witness in double murder case: SSP Thar clarifies he said he was once called by local police to record his statement, that too through community elders . Mr Magsi informed that all three accused included Nazar Mohammad Makrani, Bahram Umrani and their facilitatorAllah Warayo Umrani were produced in AT Court in Mirpurkhas on Friday and the court handed over the accused to police custody for 7 days for further interrogation into the double murder case of two trader brothers Dileep Kumar and Chandar Kumar Meheshwari. woman in war time of both groups. After following the tribal court direction then ended hoplite. Jirga (tribal court) judge Sardar Manzoor Ahmed Panhwer also warned them if they would to pay their fine amount within three time and would not follow the direction of judge he had to pay double amount. Social activists of Dadu district also showed concern about jirga and they had appealed to Supreme Court of Pakistan chief justice to take serious notice against Jirga of six murder case and ordered police authorities to arrest them as Jirga system would be ended and people can get real justice from real courts of Pakistan. PHC seals some 30 fake treatment centres of quacks LAHORE: Punjab Healthcare Commission has sealed30fake treatment centres of quacks in the city, and initiated further proceedings against them. During the last two days, the PHC teams had sealed 30 businesses which included 18 general quacks, four each homoeopaths and medical stores, two fake dentists, and one each hakeem and bone-setter. At 18 centres,quacks were posing as general physicians, which included Ghulam Nabi Clinic, Mughal Clinic, Waheed Chaudhry Clinic, Hassan Clinic, Wazir Clinic, Fauji Clinic, Hammad Clinic, Rasheed Clinic, Waris Clinic, Shahid Clinic, Imran Clinic, Shaukat Clinic, Shehzad Clinic, Sughran Hafeez Clinic, Aftab Clinic, Hajvery Clinic, Madni Clinic and Sehar Clinic. Staff Reporter BADIN: Less interest and carelessness by local administration and concerned authorities has caused people were suffered of, while increasing road mishaps causing loss of precious lives including innocents was creating unrest among the travelers and commuters due to improper and impure measures for safe journey. and other dynamite material. Bomb disposable squad defused the complete bomb. According to police terrorist planned a high terrorist activity in Hyderabad and they belongs to a banned organization. H Y D E R A B A D : Different Protests. 1) Resident of Samaro village named village Natha Singh staged protest demonstration outside Hyderabad press club against influential person of their area. While talking to media Ahmed Khan and others said that a person namely Lal Muhammad and others were involved in criminal activities of area and now that person has threatened them of death and trying to occupy their homes.They demanded to police for taking notice. 2) Activists of Qomi Awami Tahreek staged protest demonstration against the arrest of attacker on activists. They demanded police to arrest soon as possible. 3) A youth named Junaid Qambrani died on the spot as result of tractor and motor cycle collusion. The youthwas going to Husri. Kausar Buriro takes over as Director Programs Radio Pakistan Hyderabad Bureau Chief H Y D E R A B A D : Noted poet and broadcaster Kausar Buriro has been posted as director programs Radio Pakistan Hyderad. He has taken over charge of new post Friday after retirement of former director programs Fayyaz Baloch. Buriro was working as controller F.M. 101 headquarter Islamabad. The city every time witnesses huge traffic jam at busy markets and leading Abbas Kassar HYDERABAD: Sindh National Tehrik has condemned presence of terrorist organization Jamiat Ahrar in Sindh. It said Muslim League has made Nawaz Sharif as life time Quaid but his fate would not be different from MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain. This was stated by SNT central leader Ashraf Noonari. He said Nawaz Sharif being Punjabi prime minister was carrying out campaign against judiciary and armed forces. Had there Saturday, March 3, 2018 National been a Sindhi or Balochi leader in his place his face could have been like Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Akbar Bugti. He said it was first time in history of Pakistan that such a court decision of disqualification has come out against a Punjabi prime minister which has literally ended feelings of deprivation among oppressed nations. Rather decision has set up supremacy of law in country. He said the downfall of Nawaz Sharif was due to his campaign against national institutes. Ashraf 3 SNT backs operation against terrorism, corruption: First time Punjabi PM taken task Bureau Report LAHORE: The importance of girls’ education was celebrated today at an event held at the Lahore College for Women University by the British High Commission and the Chevening Alumni Association of Pakistan. This event launched a weeklong series of activities in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi for the upcoming International Women’s Day by the British High Commission. The event was held in partnership with the Lahore College Gender Department. The keynote speakers at the panel discussion included former MNA Yasmeen Rehman; Vice Chancellor Government College Lahore HYDERABAD: Condolence reference for late labour leader Iqbal Qaimkhani. Heart failure: Flu shot may slash death risk ISLAMABAD: A current analysis of several studies investigates whether people with heart failure who get vaccinated in the flu season are less exposed to the risk of premature death. Another reason not to put off that flu shot any longer: it may fend off health complications. In 2018, influenza has taken its toll on the United States population, and the spread of flu viruses is still going strong. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) explain, "[T]his flu season continues to be particularly challenging," with "influenza activity still on the rise overall." One group of people particularly at risk during the flu season are people who live with heart disease, as they are in danger of developing serious complications related to influenza.Among the heart conditions that put people at increased risk during the flu season is heart failure, in which the heart is either unable to pump enough blood toward the arteries or it cannot fill with enough blood. Scientists from the Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sciences in Nagoya, Japan, have now conducted an analysis of pre-existing studies related to the connection between the risk of all-cause death among those with heart failure and inoculation against seasonal flu strains. Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah, former MNAShahnaz Wazir Khan, Lead Ilm Ideas Helen Kamal, and lawyer Huma Ijaz. The chief guest at the event was the FCO Special Envoy for Gender Equality Joanna Roper. Speaking at the event, the FCO Special Envoy for Gender Equality Joanna Roper said “today there are 1.1 billion girls of school age in the world. But over 60 million of those girls don’t or can’t go to school. Educating girls and women is especially effective because when we educate girls, the benefits are felt throughout the whole community. “Education allows women to take part in politics, the legal system, Noonari further said Sindh was land of Soofis and peace loving Darveshs where there was no scope for terrorism and secretrianis and religious extremism would not be tolerated in any case. He said presence of terrorists of Jamiat Ahrar was dangerous for peace. He demanded operation against terrorism without any discrimination. He said SNT backs operation against terrorists and supports Rangers operation in Karachi as also operation Radul Fasad in whole country. INTERBATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY ACTIVITY British High Commission highlights “Importance of Girls’ Education” roads including Hyderabad road, Khoski road, Karachi road, Shahbaz road and others, and for such derailed traffic system where citizens were suffered, students and employees of public and private departments were also sustaining lots of hurdles particularly very morning and official hours. Meanwhile, heavy traffic allowed moving through, along busy roads of the city and negligence teaching, entrepreneurship, development and other important areas. It gives them the confidence to ensure their voices are heard. “The British Government has committed to a foreign and development policy that consciously and consistently delivers for women and girls around the world, because gender inequality is still too prevalent. Since 2011, The British Government through UKaid has committed £750 million to put 6.5 million girls in school. The British Council runs a wide range of education projects too including a London 2012 legacy program on physical health and education to reach 450,000 girls. Mayor Sukkur bringing modern facilities to citizens Abdul Rauf severely affected. This is SUKKUR: Sukkur because every traffic Municipal Corporation is major Highway road doing all the necessary steps to comply with the modern requirements of were jam, in this series A comprehensive strategy has been developed and a traffic management system survey regarding the in Sukkur city, so installation of smart sig- that traffic flow in nals has been completed. crowded traffic areas He said that under the continues to remain and T O P O G R A P H I C A L there is no problem with drawings in Sukkur the problems facing citizens. areas, Shikarpur Phatak, Introducing a new Byye Pass Military smart signal system. Road, Police Talking to these views, Headquarter, Shikarpur Mayor Sukkur Arsalan Road, Lab-e-Mehran, Islam Shaikh tell with the TOPOGRAPHICAL survey team. High Court New Smart Traffic Signals are being set up which will easily He said that traffic reduce traffic control. flow is affecting rapidly Mayor Sukkur has done a increasing population, comprehensive plan to cars and motorcycles due bring citizens to modern to increase in daily, facilities, which is being while traffic pressure on implemented completely, major highways has whose positive consequences increased, municipality to improve traffic and will get citizens soon, while the installation district administration. of new Smart Parking system have Signals will be apt for been upgraded and built complaints of traffic No parking zones, however, jams. it is necessary that Mayor Sukkur has the city traffic should be also directed the controlled by setting up Municipal Officers and new smart signals, as the Department of traffic from the traffic police manual traffic is Police, even more practical steps. Traffic hazard causes travelers and commuters suffered in Badin of concerned authorities was creating irregular flow of the traffic in the city. Huge number of tractor trollies outside a sugar mills and along very busy road leading towards Kadhan and onward destinations causing rough flow and irregular traffic on very both ends of busy road. While, such irregular traffic jam has caused many mishaps too.

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