Lahore:Jamaat-e-Islami has demanded the government to hold elections to local authorities in all the provinces, they say PTI has established itself as an agent of the Status quo and were not ready to serve democracy or to provide any assistance to the public. Addressing the party workers at Mansoora on Monday, JI Naib Amir Liaquat Baloch said unnecessary delay elections to bodies of local self-government was a reflection of the undemocratic approach of the PTI and PPP. He said a strong local government system is an integral part of a democratic society, but, unfortunately, he was unable to make roots in Pakistan.
Every dictator and consistent democratic regimes, he said, used municipal institutions for vested interests, and political parties to either avoid the polls or are they just made by the representatives of the company LG Toothless after the election. He asked the party workers to make full preparations for the LG polls like g could break down the door of the court, if the government is using delaying tactics in the election. He said the Baloch economy based on Islamic principles was the decision of the problems of the country. He stressed the need to strengthen accountability.
JI Naib Dr Amir Farid Paracha claims that she thought PTI was intentionally damaging every institution, after foreign policy. He said that the closure of educational institutions in the name of the pandemic indefinitely causing huge losses to the education of millions of students and depriving thousands of teachers in the private sector of bread and butter. He said there is no reason to keep the closed towns, when educational activities resume around the world.
Transfers: the Punjab IG Shoaib Dastgir is issued transfer and posting orders of two police officers on Monday. Muhammad Rizwan Ahmed, awaiting posting is transferred and held in the SSP investigation, Gujranwala, against existing vacancies, and Syed Muhammad Abbas, SP investigation Sialkot are sent to the Central police office, Punjab Lahore, with immediate effect.
Lahore: the teachers and employees of all public sector universities of the province are going to hold a protest outside the Punjab Assembly on Tuesday (today) afternoon. The protest held at the call of Federation of all Pakistan universities teachers Association (FAPUASA) the Governor of Punjab against the proposed state universities sector amendments to the law. In a press statement, FAPUASA Punjab President Prof Dr Mumtaz Anwar CH said that there was a huge enthusiasm among teachers and employees of universities all over Punjab to participate in the protest. He said that they gather in the thousands outside the Punjab Assembly to register their outrage at the proposed changes of the law in 2020. He said that they would sacrifice everything for independence and autonomy in their institutions. He said College teachers, lawyers and civil society representatives also contacted him to support the position of the FAPUASA and they assured him of their participation in the protest along with hundreds of their colleagues.
Islamabad: A G-7 Sector security guard, Sitara Market was found dead inside a post office building here on Monday in mysterious circumstances.
Irshad Ahmed, Security Post G-7 Post Office is a resident of Camp Rawamiindi Dhamiyal whose health was quite good when he was on duty on Sunday night, said Post Office Officials. When the post office staff reached to open the post office building, the security guard was found dead in mysterious circumstances and transferred to the hospital for postmortem. The police said that the reason for death would be confirmed after postmortem added that there appeared to be no scars and injuries on the face and body of the security guard who died.
Meanwhile, the Health Center at Shah Allah Ditta on the outskirts of the federal capital was rumbling because of a lightening strike. In a lightning strike, two electric transformers were completely burned and damaged parts of the health center building.
It is worth mentioning here that Shah Allah Dittah was sealed following the Covid-19 suspect in the region. Lightening strikes roused the area and caused fear among the local population, but any casualties were not reported after the lightening strike in the area. End up
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** Tyson Foods will distribute around $ 60 million in bonuses to truck drivers and other front-line workers who keep their food distribution running efficiently during the coronavirus outbreak.
According to Motley Fool at www.fool.com, 116,000 employees will receive a $ 500 bonus, although Tyson will not cut checks until July.
Demand for packaged and processed food is high now because people stay at home, stock up, and eat at home rather than restaurants.
** The USDA has reduced import requirements for Chinese fragrant pears.
However, according to thepacker.com, fragrant pears that are eligible to be shipped to the US must now be planted in the Akesu or Korla region at a production location registered with plant health officials in China and approved by the USDA.
In addition, the USDA said packaging houses must have a tracking system that will allow fruit traceback to individual production sites.
**WE. companies that export pork, beef, and lamb to Canada now face simpler and clearer requirements, thanks to a joint initiative by the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Cheyenne McEndaffer from the U.S. Meat Export Federation said that the revised regulation would benefit US exporters and their Canadian customers.
He noted that input from USMEF and other industry associations allowed problems to be identified and addressed.
Prime Minister’s Special Assistant Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was the guarantor to protect the rights of all Pakistanis.
According to media reports Dr. Firdous in a tweet saying that everyone knew that all decisions in the National Coordinating Committee (NCC) were taken in joint consultation and Sindh’s Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah, was a member of the team.
He said the statement of the chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari could be a disaster for the national solidarity environment in fighting the coronavirus outbreak.
After the 18th amendment, health became a matter delegated to the provinces and PPP has ruled Sindh for more than a decade.
Dr. Firdous the political word for the corona virus must be avoided because joint efforts are needed.
He said that Sindh residents were Pakistani citizens and Prime Minister Imran Khan was the guarantor to protect the rights of people living in all federation units.
It is important to mention that one day Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in an interview said that the Federal government was lazily working to control the corona. Provinces work alone against the corona, while funds spent in this case are far less.