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BANNU -- Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) rejected petitions regarding women voters in different union councils here on Wednesday. Pakistan Tehrek-i-Insaf PTI celebrated the decision of ECP.

Special Advisor to chief minister Malik Shah Muhammad Khan, District member Malik Mir Shamad Khan and Tehsil councilor Masoom Wazir said to media that in four union councils our candidates were selected in the local government election but rivals filed a case on them that women voters were forcefully not allowed to vote in the election process but ECP investigate in this matter and rejected the petitions against our candidates. They said that we will fulfill all the promises we made in the election campaign and soon PTI will form government in district Bannu.

Meanwhile, Tehsil Domail Nazim Fida Muhammad Wazir visited different government of tehsil domail and checked the teacher's attendance and other facilities in the schools and ordered the education to provide good healthy environment to the students because education is the first step towards the development of any nation. He warned the education department that no one will be tolerated those who not meet the standards of the department set for them.

Meanwhile, crackdown operation and strict legal actions would be taken against the unlicensed medicine sellers after 10 days of dateline to register their license. This was said by Chief drug inspector Muhammad Ali Khan at the District House Officer (DHO) office her on Wednesday.

Speaking to the Journalists Muhammad Ali Khan said that we have proudly said that the due to the successful and honest work of the Bannu police they have totally eliminated the illegal and foreign drug selling in then district as we have conducted successful operations and with in the three months they have registered more than 400 cases. Answering a question he said that strict legal actions would be taken within the 10 days of ultimatum given to the unregistered drug sellers to register their stores and maintain licenses.

On this occasion drug inspector Chuhadry Oranagzeb Kahn and DHO Bannu Dr. Muhammad Azam Khan was also present. Azam khan on this ocassion Azam Khan also appreciated the newly appointed drug inspector Chuhadry Orangzeb for his honest and successful performance.

In the meantime, two 2 people were killed and 3 others including a police man was injured in different incidents here on Wednesday. According to the details the a 33 years old woman Bibi Zad the daughter of Sheer Nawaz resident of the Tarkhiwal area was allegedly killed by the accused Sar Sayedullah son of Yaqoub here at the jurisdictions of Ghuriwal police station here on Wednesday. The police registered the case on the compliant of Bas Nigar and stated that the motive behind the killing was the old enmity. The police after registering the case started investigation against the accused person who was successful escaped after the crime.

On the other hand a 20th years old young Ameenullah son of Gul Naib resident of the Soarangi Mamish khail area shot him self with pistol and committed suicide. Registering the case on the compliant of Abul Naib he said that the cause of suicide was unknown.

In another case on Bannu diera road near to the Aqlim oil Pump station four unknown alleged accused persons fired and injured a police man Sardar Nawaz son of Haq Nawaz resident of the Diygan Taji Kahla No. 6207 of city police station. The accused unworn persons were successful at escape after the incident.

Moreover in another separate incident the accused persons fired and injured a person Muhammad Ghani Subhan son of Zar wali resident of the Shamshy Khai area on the dispute of land. The police registered the case on the compliant of injured person against the Wali Muhammad, Amanullah, Musid Khan, and Majid and started investigations.
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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
Date:Oct 15, 2015
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