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♦ The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government's helicopter became PTI's 'carrier service'; PTI chief Imran Khan reached Charsadda to hold a public meeting; The workers who came after spending precious time did not get to hear anything new
♦ Federal Minister Khwaja Asif has said that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will appoint a new Army Chief in November as per the procedure expounded in the constitution
♦ Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif left for another busy foreign visit. He will attend the funeral rites of the Queen of Great Britain on Monday in London. He will also have an important meeting with his elder brother Nawaz Sharif. After London, he will fly to the United States to attend the United Nations General Assembly session.
♦ The flour price hit the ceiling all around the country. Expensive flour has affected the people of Karachi and Khyber. The prices of flour in Karachi and Peshawar are out of control, reaching 130 rupees per KG. In Lahore, milled flour has become Rs116 per KG. In Rawalpindi and Faisalabad, flour will be available at Rs110.
♦ Dengue has taken Karachi by storm; as cases start increasing, hospitals to run out of space; 403 new patients came in twenty-four hours. This month, the number of infected people has exceeded 2100. New deaths have been confirmed in Karachi.
♦ Dengue attacks also intensified in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. 153 cases were reported in Peshawar. 57 more people were infected with dengue in Mardan. The number of affected people became 1588.
♦ Flood victims were surrounded by epidemic diseases. Gastroenterology, malaria and skin diseases caused the apocalypse. A child died of gastroenteritis in Salehpat Tehsil of Sukhar. Thousands of people were also sick in Qambar Shahdad Kot. 10,000 children were affected by gastroenteritis in Tangwani. 25 died. No mosquito nets to avoid.
♦ Chief Minister Sindh mobilized to help the flood victims. Murad Ali Shah's inspection of the Rohri Canal, construction of a new channel and drainage of Kirpani. After listening to the problems, Murad Ali Shah sat with the children in the seminary established in the tent city.
♦ Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon's visit to the tent city established in Hyderabad. He reviewed the arrangements. Talked to the victims, inquired about the facilities. Sharjeel Memon also visited the school and medical camp established in the tent city. It is said that one and a half million people in Sindh were affected by the flood. From where the water came down, the work of rehabilitation of the victims is going on.
♦ Preparations for the establishment of Sindh government's first tent city in Malir-Karachi. Necessary steps are underway for the tent city on the National Highway Link Road. In the first phase, 600 tents will be installed on Sunday.
♦ Former Chief Judge Gilgit-Baltistan withdrew from his affidavit. Ranashmeem submitted a new apology letter in the Islamabad High Court. Former Chief Judge GB withdrew the words mentioned in the affidavit.
♦ Tension remains between Ali Amin Gandapur and Vice Chancellor Gomal University. VC Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed wrote a letter to Director FIA Peshawar. He demanded to file a case against Ali Amin Gandapur under the Cybercrime Act.
♦ Group leader Aptama Gohar Ejaz says cotton crop has been badly affected by floods. Its effects will also affect the textile sector. Commercial banks have made huge ill-gotten gains from dollar fluctuations. State Bank, Ministry of Finance should investigate the matter.
♦ Will the prices of petroleum products decrease or increase? The matter is controversial. The government has not made a decision yet. Due to the uncertain situation, the petrol pump owners have restricted their business. Some oil marketing companies have stopped the sale of petroleum products.
♦ Seeing the electricity bills, the citizens are angry. In Gujarat, the citizens protested against the additional tax, the merchant community also came out on the streets. Road block going to Mandi Bahauddin, queues of vehicles were formed. Demonstration outside Electric Qayyumabad office against extra bills and loadshedding in Karachi as well.
♦ The main accused of abducting a woman in Defense Lahore was killed in a police encounter in Peshawar. The accused had kidnapped the woman along with the car last month, went some distance and threw the woman from the car and escaped. On the identification of the arrested partner of the main accused, the police raided in Peshawar. Maratha.
♦ Action on the news of 24 news. Pensioner without both hands of Sarai Alamgir as a solution. Fifty-five-year-old Gul Rehman was unable to get biometric verification. Chairman Nadra directed the staff to go to Gul Rehman's house to verify
♦ The citizen of Islamabad won the legal battle against ISCO after 22 years. The Islamabad High Court ordered the immediate removal of the transformer installed outside the citizen's house. ISCO was fined one lakh rupees for affecting basic human rights.
♦ A 7-foot-long crocodile came out of the flood water in Nawabshah. After seeing the crocodile, fear spread among the victims of Yusuf Dahri village. The wildlife department captured the crocodile.
The 9th day of the mourning of the late Queen Elizabeth. The coffin of the Queen of Great Britain will remain in Westminster Hall today. So far, millions of people have visited the late Queen. Thousands of people are still waiting. The last rites will be held on September 19. 500 heads of state, including Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, will attend
♦ Referendum tomorrow in Canada for independence of Khalistan from India