TOBA TEK SINGH: A man of Faisalabad Chak 470-JB, Tootianwala, Samundri, missing for two days, was found murdered in the fields of his village on Friday.
Police said Nazir Ahmad, 70, went to farmlands on Wednesday, but did not return. Marks of torture were seen on his body. The Samundri police shifted the body to the THQ Hospital for an autopsy.
STUDENT TORTURE CASE: Faisalabad Judicial Magistrate Afnan Javed extended the physical remand of the main suspects and his four guards of the BDS student torture case on Friday for three days when their three-day physical remand issued by the same court ended.
The four guards of the main accusedwere produced on Friday before the court by Faisalabad women police, while the main suspect was heard by the court from the lockup via video link.
Dozens of workers of the main suspect`s factory were also brought to the court premises for his protection. On a previous hearing, he was manhandled by unruly lawyers on the court premises.
COLLEGE: An associate college for women will be established at Nawan Lahorein Gojra.
Former PTI candidate for PP-118 Asad Zaman told a press conference on Friday that Chief Minister Chaudhry Parvez Elahi approved a grant of Rs190 million for the college, while the additional deputy commissioner (ADC) also issued a no-objection certificate for the construction of the building of this proposed college on 70 kanals and 11 marlas in Chak 342-JB.
The ADC-revenue also wrote to thePunjab Board of Revenue to transfer the land to the directorate of colleges. Girls of more than two dozen villages will get the benefit of this proposed college as previously they had to get admission in undergraduate classes after matriculation at Jhang, Gojra or Faisalabad.
R ESCUE: Two children are feared to have drowned, however, their mother was rescued when she threw her both children and herself into the Upper Gogera branch canal at Faisalabad`s Jarranwala city near the government vocational training institution located on Lahore Road on Friday.
Rescue 1122 reported that after quarrelling with her husband and her in-laws, Rajan Bibi jumped into the canal after throwing her sons Rehmat Ali, 6, and Ahmad Ali, 3.
Rescue divers saved the woman while efforts to find the minor children are on.