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Work on Karak girls college nears completion.

KARAK -- The construction work on the long-awaited Alaf Jana Girls Degree College in Banda Daud Shah tehsil is near completion, and the academic activities are likely to start next month.

Sources in the communication and works department said here on Friday that the work on the college named after Khudai Khidmatgar and literacy personality Alaf Jana Khattak was about to complete.

They said the project had been approved during the tenure of Awami National Party government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, adding the building would be opened for academic activities in July.

Meanwhile, office-bearers of retired educationists association, including Prof Isam Jan, Prof Ashraf Khan, Ayaz Khan and others, expressed pleasure over the completion of work on the long-awaited project and said the college would provide an opportunity of higher studies to the local girls.

They said it was the only degree college for girls in the tehsil and that completion of the college would realise a longstanding demand of the people of the tehsil.

They thanked the ANP leaders for initiating a valuable project in the most backward tehsil of Karak, asking the incumbent Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government to appoint teaching and non-teaching staff to the college without delay.

DIG VISITS DEHYDERATION PLANT: Regional police officer Tayyab Hafeez Cheema visited the OGDCL dehydration plant at Nashpa on Friday to check security arrangements there. He directed the police personnel to be vigilant to secure the pipeline supplying crude oil from the production areas to the dehydration plant.

OGDCL regional coordinator Mushfiq Hameed Paracha and Karak district police officer Naushari Khan Mohmand were also present.

The DIG visited the security checkposts established inside and outside the oil and gas fields.

The company officials briefed the police officer about the security measures taken to protect the installations.

DIG Cheema said the police would extend all-out support to secure installations of the company.

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Publication:Dawn (Karachi, Pakistan)
Date:Jun 29, 2019
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