KARACHI: The Ansar Burney Trust International is endeavouring hard to save the lives and to bring back the group of 20 Pakistani nationals who were trafficked and presently stuck up in Swaziland, Ethiopia.Chairman of Ansar Burney Trust International, Ansar Burney, said that 20 Pakistani nationals were trafficked by cruel agents to Swaziland, Ethiopia, via Dubai, about one month ago by way of cheating and fraud as they were promised by the agent to be taken to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, for the good job of fishermen but conversely they were taken to Swaziland. Burney said one of such Pakistani namely Feroz Bhatti, a resident of Baba Bhit, Manora in Karachi, somehow from Somalia managed to contact with Ansar Burney Trust International at Karachi by phone and informed that he along with 19 other Pakistanis have been compelled to live a worst miserable life in Swaziland.He requested Shagufta Burney, Advocate Director of Ansar Burney Trust, to help them as their lives were in continuous danger and requested to make efforts to bring them back to Pakistan to reunite them with their families. ppi
IGP orders to intensify action against terrorists
KARACHI: Inspector General of Police Sindh, Iqbal Mehmood, has directed the police to intensify operation against terrorists and criminals, their patrons and hide-outs in the province including Karachi by taking extra-ordinary security measures.Referring to press reports about terrorist activities by using a snatched vehicle of the UN, the IGP ordered the earliest possible recovery of all snatched or stolen vehicles by joint action of the police and anti-car lifting squad including snap checking and intelligence collection at border points of the city, highways, tracks in plain and Katcha areas and all the border areas of the province, according to a press release issued here. He also called for the availability of standby generators at the central control room and at the control rooms of DIGs offices and police stations to make the wireless system intact.
KARACHI: Glowing tributes were paid to Sir Hassanally Effendi and Sir Syed Ahmad Khan on the 129th ...