Corruption charges PTI issues show cause to MPA

Mardan (Online):Pakistan Tehreeks-e-Insaf (PTI) has issued showcase notice to the member of provincial assembly (MPA) of PK 25 Mardan-3 due to alleged corruption charges.

Sources told Online. Sources added that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) provincial office bearers has allegedly issued show case notice to member of provincial assembly (MPA) of PK 25 Mardan-3 Obaid Khan Mayar.

Sources added that some people put charges of corruption against the mentioned MPA. They said that the alleged corruption charges came in the notice of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan and he order the provincial office bearers to issue show cause notice to the mentioned MPA and also conduct inquiry in this connection.

However when this correspondent contacted the local office bearers they said that they are also heard about the alleged charges of corruption of the mentioned MPA however they did not now that either the provincial office bearers has issued him show cause notice. When this correspondent contacted the MPA Obaid Khan Mayar he said that he ask the party provincial leadership and ministers that they should follow the merit in province and especially in Mardan district.

Completion of Turbela-Swabi line to rectify low voltage issue in Swabi

PESHAWAR: The Peshawar Electric Supply Company (PESCO) Chief Executive, Tariq Sadozai on Thursday informed that work on Swabi_Turbela transmission line was underway on priority basis and its completion would help rectify low voltage and load shedding problems in Swabi district.
He made this assurance during a meeting with high-level delegation of Swabi district, led by Khyber Pakthunkhwa Minister for Agriculture and Chairman Awami Jamhori Itehad (AJI), Shahram Khan Tarkai, Member National Assembly (MNA), Usman Khan Tarkai and Member Provincial Assembly (MPA), Javed Khan Tarkai.
The delegation met with Chairman PESCO Tariq Sadozai here and appraised him about low voltage and load-shedding problems in Swabi.
They also brought under discussion the difficulties being faced by the Swabi people with regard to electricity issues.
Speaking on the occasion, MNA Usman Tarkzai said that people have pinned lot of hope and expectations from the newly elected government for resolution of their problems and we are committed to address these issues.
The people of Swabi, he said, were confronted with menace of load-shedding and low voltage since long, that was also affecting local industry and consumers. - APP

Students should learn to tackle problems: Ghani

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SWABI: Special Assistant to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister on Higher Education Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani has said that narrow ethnic, social, sectarian, and regional attitudes would not bring real stability and peace in the multinational pluralistic world and let us teach our younger generation to respect others, to evaluate opinions, policies, issues, and ideologies with open and critical mind.

Addressing induction ceremony of fresh students in Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology Pakistan on Saturday, he said we should teach our students that a rupee earned with hard labour is worth more than a thousand found or grabbed without labour. Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani said the educators should spare no effort to teach their students social virtues of tolerance and appreciation for other peoples' point of view, adding, that it is our firm belief that the future of our nation depends on how our youth face the confronting grave challenges.

He said it would depend on how universities inspire the youth to achieve something remarkable in life, equipping the students with knowledge and skills which are essential for not only surviving but also advancing in all walks of life to achieve international standards. "The students should be taught to face difficulties, tackle serious challenges and learn to work with other human beings to achieve objectives of social uplift and reduce poverty and above all to learn to live with peace and amity," he said. To the parents of fresh students, he said that your wards when equipped with knowledge and skill in an institution like GIKI could make contribution to the economic and industrial progress of Pakistan. "Try to know your weaknesses and your strengths and once you have determined your strengths and fixed your goals you will have to make untiring efforts to achieve them and then the doors of brilliant success may be unlocked for you," Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani said. "The institute which you have joined will offer you courses of international standards, well equipped labs and qualified and dedicated faculty," he said. President Society for the Promotion of Engineering Sciences and Technology in Pakistan and Former Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Engr Shamsul Mulk spoke on significance of education and its vital importance or the mankind and he paid rich tributes to Pakistan former President late Ghulam Ishaq Khan.

Rector of the Institute Jehangir Bashar said that the GIK Institute strives to maintain high standard of teaching while imparting education to the students in various disciplines of engineering education. The process of our selection is very tough and we are proud of it, he said.

"We give great importance to the set of principles of conduct and those students who violate them we come hard on them. You (students) should use the facilities but don't misuse them," he said. Pro-Rector (academic) Prof Dr Fazal Ahmad Khalid said that the role of higher education is critical for the country progress and prosperity. "This year we are completing 20 years of excellence and the grand function in this connection would be held in the second week of December this year," he said.Total 456 students had been inducted in the ceremony which was also attended by their parents. The institute has started four management sciences programme from this semester.



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