316 buildings sealed, over Rs0.7m fine slapped for violating Dengue Larva SOPs.
Rawalpindi -- The Rawalpindi district administration has sealed around 316 buildings including tyre shops and junkyards, while slapping a fine of over Rs0.7 million for violating Dengue Larva SOPs during raids conducted in 2016 in various areas.
District environment officer Mohammad Azhar has said that the raiding teams conducted raids and checked around 25, 545 buildings including tire shops and junkyards during the January till now. Around 107 owners were served with notices, while FIRs were lodged against 23 owners. Around 316 buildings were sealed, while around Rs0.745 million fine was slapped as punishment to owners.
He advised that dengue could only be controlled by devising a joint strategy, while the citizens are advised to use anti-dengue lotion to protect them against dengue fever when leaving house.
Mother, son allegedly abducted in Islamabad
Islamabad: Mother and her son have allegedly been abducted within the Khanna Police jurisdiction.
Mohammad Irshad, a resident of Khanna, lodged a complaint with the local police that kidnappers have abducted his married wife and his son from house.
According to complainant, Bhola and his two accomplices could be behind the kidnapping.
The police have registered a case and started investigation.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Nov 17, 2016|
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