September, 30, 2023
Nawaz Sharif Congratulates World Record-Winning student

Nawaz Sharif Congratulates World Record-Winning student

Nawaz Sharif congratulated the world record-winning student Mahnoor Cheema on her success, gave her a laptop at the police station, and expressed her best wishes.

Islamabad, London (Express News Report, Monitoring Desk, NNI) Mahnoor Cheema, a British Pakistani student who achieved historic success in the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) or Olivelle exam, met former Prime Ministers in London. I have met Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif. Mah Noor Cheema along with her parents and siblings reached Hasan Nawaz’s office. Nawaz Sharif congratulated Mahnoor on his success gave the laptop to the police station and wished him well. Mahnoor Cheema’s achievement will be a milestone for girl child education in Pakistan. Shahbaz Sharif said that the entire nation is proud of the success of Mah Noor Cheema. Getting 34 A grades in GCSE is something to be proud of. It is hoped that Mah Noor will brighten the name of Pakistan in the future. Under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif, we will bring a revolution in the education sector.

Iraqi refugee Silwan Momika’s unholy courage in the strict security fence at the intersection, people tried to break the police fence and arrest him.

Strong protest of 200 people present on the spot, and protestors got angry on the side of the police, stones were also thrown at the vehicle carrying the accused.

Ring Desk) In Sweden, the Holy Quran has been desecrated once again. Seeing the protest, the cursed man ran away. According to the international news agency, the Holy Quran was burned once again in a square in Sweden, which angered the people there. They tried to catch the cursed man, but he ran away from the police. Standing up, Iraqi refugee Salwan Momika once again dared to burn the Holy Quran amid heavy security. On this occasion, there were more than 200 people who protested strongly calling the action of the cursed Sloan Momika intolerable, and tried to break the police cordon and arrest him. The police became a cover between the protestors and Maaun, The angry people threw stones at Maaun, but the police took Maaun away under their protection.

The ongoing operation against unapproved housing schemes and the construction of a temporary office and building without approval, the plot was overturned

Faisalabad (Express Report) On the instructions of Director General FDA Muhammad Asif Chaudhary, the operation against unapproved housing schemes and illegal constructions is going on. The plot was turned upside down for constructing the building without the approval of the temporary office of the scheme and the map. According to the details, when the enforcement team of the FDA conducted an inspection on Canal Express Road, an illegal housing scheme was being advertised in the name of Meridian Enclave. On the spot a temporary office was set up in a container which was immediately sealed and the developers were directed to refrain from advertising illegal housing schemes without obtaining approval from the FDA. Violation can be prosecuted. Apart from this, the FDA team sealed Plot No. 20, 2, 2 for constructing a map building in Madina Town without approval and sent a challan against the owner of the plot to the Peshal Magistrate’s Court for its violation.

Drug squad raid, fake medicine manufacturing unit cell. 3 persons were arrested, and a large quantity of medicines manufactured by different firms was seized

Faisalabad (Express Report) The drug squad has seized the manufacturing unit cell and arrested three persons on the spot for manufacturing fake medicines in an illegal manner. Drug inspectors Khalid Mustafa and Mohsin Asghar jointly raided the unit at Eidgah Road Nawabanwala under the instructions of Chief Drug Controller Punjab Azhar Jamal Salimi and under the supervision of CEO Health Dr. Asfandyar. On the occasion, take possession of paracetamol, ibuprofen, furosemide, multivitamins, and other medicines which were planned to be supplied to different cities of Afghanistan via Peshawar. The drug squad collected the samples sent them to the laboratory for analysis and registered a case against the owner under the Drug Act.

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