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   August 13, 2015



Chitral Police arrests eight proclaimed offenders in Pak Afghan Border

By Zahiruddin

The local police has arrested eight proclaimed offenders in the jurisdiction of Arandu police station who had fled to Afghanistan after committing the crime while they were wanted to the police for their involvement in various crime of heinous nature.

Sub divisional police officer of Drosh, Zafar Ahmed told Chitral Times  that he was closely monitoring the movement of the POs who were frequently visiting their homes in the darkness of night coming from Afghanistanand conducted a successful raid leaving no chance for them to make good their escape.

He said that the arrested proclaimed offenders included Dayem Khan, Jalat Khan, Roz Muhammad, Qayum Khan, Fazal, Muhammad Jan, Dost Muhammad and Muhammad Khan who were later on sent to jail by the local court.

He said that zero tolerance is being shown to the presence of proclaimed offenders in the borders of Arnadu and Damil on the special directive of district police officer Abbas Majid Khan Marwat.


 Court issued stay order on alleged illegal appointments

By Zahiruddin

Issuing of appointment letters against posts in public or private sector departments after tests and interviews is the normal and universal process but in Chitral it did happen the other round in local government and rural development department.

The district amir of Jamaat-e-Islami Maghfirat Shah and members elect of district council Muhammad Hussain and Sher Muhammad filed a writ with the civil judge Chitral against the issuing of appointment letters by assistant director of LG&RDD to ninety six persons as naib-qasid of village council.

Zafar Hayat advocate prayed on behalf of the petitioners that the appointment authority had invited applications against ninety six posts of naib qasid for which hundreds of persons applied and were called for interviews which are scheduled to conclude by 15th August but the appointment letters had reportedly been issued already.

The interview process was just an eye wash and caused the wastage of time and money of hundreds of applicants who came here from all nooks and corners of the district.

The court issued stay order and issued notices to the assistant director of LG&RDD within fifteen days.



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