MULTAN   -   SSP Operations Multan Hassam-bin-Iqbal has terminated four police officials from service over making Tiktok videos with criminals while six others were punished here on Saturday.

Taking action on the viral videos of police officials with criminals on social media, the SSP Operations issued termination orders of Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Qaswar Abbas, constables Zeeshan Haider, Muhammad Madni and Muhammad Asif from service.

The SSP Operations also issued punishment orders for six other police constables including Alyas, Abid, Arsalan, Akram, Ali Nadeem and Jawaad for wearing police uniform in social media videos.  Speaking on the occasion, SSP Operation Hassam-bin-Iqbal said the strict action would be taken against the officials found involved in illegal activities. He said the police was a discipline force and irregularities would not be tolerated in the department at any cost.

Alleged killer held

Police claimed to have arrested an alleged murderer who killed a citizen few days ago, in limits of Jaleelabad police station.

According to police sources, a citizen namely Muhammad Shafique was stabbed to death, when he was offering prayer in Masjid.  A police team from Jaleelabad police station conducted raids at different locations and managed to arrest the alleged killer identified as Shehzad son of Abdul Haleem. There had a quarrel between the slain and killer on construction of a washroom in local graveyard.

MWMC unveils new strategy to clean highways

Multan Waste Management Company (MWMC) has put up a new strategy to clean roads and highways here all the day long.

Under the new strategy, important pathways would be cleaned twice a day in the morning and later afternoon, says a news release issued on Saturday.

Special cleaning operations were launched on Khanewal Road, Gulgasht, Chowk Kamharanwala, Vehari Chowk, Mumtazabad, Old Shujaabad Road, Ghanta Ghar area and external main bypasses. Following this, CEO Muhammad Farooq Dogar paid visit to main city areas to check field operation.  He issued instructions to gear up the activity in different areas on the occasion, added the statement.

Museums reflect history, civilisation, culture: Commissioner

Commissioner Multan Division Dr Irshad Ahmed on Saturday said that museums are reflection of history, civilisation and culture and living nations preserve their history and culture.

He expressed these remarks during his visit at Fort Kuhna Qasim to inspect construction site of museum here. The divisional administration will remain active in highlighting the fertile civilisation of the city of saints. Rs80 million are being spent on the museum scheme.

Dr Irshad observed that Multan was the oldest city, still alive with all its sanctity.  The city of saints (Multan) inherited glorious history and civilisation.

About Fort Qasim Bagh Garden, he observed that Rs30 million would be spent on upgradation of the garden. The commissioner observed that people could keep historical and rare objects of their elders in the museum. The rare items will be kept with family history of the citizen.