Buner officials found absent from duty

DAGGAR: The officials of the communication and services and education departments were found absent from their duties after surprise visits by the provincial secretary for reconstruction and rehabilitation on Monday, official sources said.

 The sources said that the provincial secretary for Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Aurangzeb Khan along with the Deputy Commissioner Mushtaq Khan, Assistant Commissioner Muhammad Owais Malik and Additional Assistant Commissioner Qaiser Khan paid surprise visits to the offices of executive engineer of communication and services, district education officer (male and female) and found all the officials absent from duties.

 Speaking on the occasion, the Secretary Aurangzeb Khan said that no one would be spared and strict  would be taken against those who did not perform their duties properly. He warned the employees of the government departments in the district to ensure their attendance and work with enthusiasm to resolve the public grievances.

 DC said the government had been spending millions of rupees on the public welfare but the employees were paying no attention to their duties. “Those who don’t want to work for the public uplift should quit their jobs,” he said.

ANP's peace committee member gunned down in Buner

PESHAWAR/ Dawn report: A local Awami National Party (ANP) leader was gunned down by unknown gunmen in Balu Khan village's Peer Baba area in Buner district on Sunday.

Anwar Khan was also a member of a local peace committee which had formed a lashkar to resist the Taliban militants when they had taken control of the area in 2009.

Cross border shell attack

At least one person was killed and another injured when a suspected mortar shell fired from Afghanistan landed in a residential area in North Waziristan tribal region on Sunday, according to security officials.

The victim was identified as a civilian who succumbed to his wounds suffered in an explosion, which was allegedly caused by a mortar/rocket shell which landed from Afghanistan at his house in North Waziristan's Saidgi area in the vicinity of the Pak-Afghan border region.

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Future of 130 students at stake

Abid Buneri
BUNER: The parents and students of tehsil Manda complained that the future of one hundred and thirty candidates for admission in third and fourth year classes in government Degree College Chamla was at stake because of the inefficiency of the college principal and demanded of the government to intervene.
Speaking at the press club in Daggar on Wednesday, parents representatives Jamshed Khan, Bakht Zareen, Musaffar Khan, Said Habib Gul, Mohammad Yunass, Noor Mohammad Khan, Khurshed Bacha, Faisal, Bakht Ameen and students representatives Naveed, Amir Afsal, Said Zaffar and Inamullah told media person their children were suffering because the college had't started bachelors classes yet and the principal of the college was useless.

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Army initiates bifurcation works

F.P. Report

Buner: The Pak army operational unite in Buner district has claimed of initiating bifurcation works on three major feeders of Dewana Baba,Karakar and Salarzai for ending years long worst crisis of electricity supply in this region.

The Pak army unite in a press release issued to the press on Thursday claimed initiatives were taken some seven months ago when Pak army was felt this chronic issue and its post complication.

The unite commander was held detail meetings with PESCO chief Brigadier[R] Tariq Mehmood Khan Sadozai in Peshawar. In these meetings bifurcation of the said feeders were recommended for satisfaction of the inhabitants of this region.

The Pak army and PESCO were held several meetings over this core issue and bifurcation of these feeders was finally decided.

The launch of developmental works on these feeders will resolve excessive load shedding and low voltage and help improve electricity supply to domestic and commercial consumers as well.


Elimination of corrupt atop govt agenda

PESHAWAR (APP): Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Zakat, Aufqaf and Religious Affair­s, Haji Habib-ur-Re­hman has said that the purging of corruption from society atop the agenda of present provincial government.

Addressing an impressive function of Shaheen Scouts in Government Higher Secon­dary School, Gagra, district Buner, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Zakat, Aufqaf and Religious Affair­s, Haji Habib-ur-Re­hman said that the achievement of 100 per cent of this objective is however linked with the support of the people in the establishment of an exemplary society, avoiding of corruption and unveiling of corrupt elements.

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