Three held for `filming movement of girls` – 28 Jul 2022

BAHAWALPUR: The Dhanote police in Lodhran district claim to have arrested three miscreants for making videos of girls and uploading these on social media.

Police registered a case against Muhammad Ayub, Khizar and Umar, all residents of Basti Daulatshahwala, under secdons509and 2920fPPCon the complaint of Ms Bashiran.

The woman alleged that the youngsters were her neighbours and teased her daughters by making and uploading their videos.

DPO`s PRO Imran Umar said when she (the complainant) stopped the miscreants from their objectionable activity, they dragged her and torn her clothes. DPO Abdul Raoof Babar took notice of the incident and ordered their arrest.A team led by SHO Arsalan Amjad arrested the suspects and put them behind the bars, he said.

TEACHERS PROMOTION: District Education Authority Chief Executive Officer Zahoor Ahmed Chohan has promoted 224 teachers, 80 women among them, and some class four employees.

Speaking to Dawn here on Wednesday, CEO Chohan said 91 primary school teachers (PST) of arts, 55 of science and 37 of Arabic had been promoted on the recommendations of the Departmental Promotion Committee.

Besides, he said, 38 new appointments had been made and class four employees promoted in place of those who passed away during their government service or those who were declared medically unfit.

The CEO claimed that these promotions of eligible teach-ers and appointments of deceased`s sons/daughters had been long overdue and the families had been facing hardships.

All Pakistan Clerks Association central senior vicepresident Fakhrur Rehman Azhar (who also holds the charge of Apca Punjab secretary general) thanked the CEO for clearing the pending promotion and appointment cases.

OFFICIAL WORK: The offices working under the Punjab government had thin attendance on Wednesday as administrative work came to a standstill.

There was not much work in the offices of the commissioner, the deputy commissioner, assistant commissioners and even police officials.

Sourcessaidthe ofhcers stayed in their respective offices but there was not much public activity.

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