IGP for making security arrangements more effective


The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sindh, Mushtaq Ahmed Shah, has directed to beef up security arrangements in Sindh province in the wake of blast in Quetta on Monday.
In a statement here on Monday he directed the police to make the security arrangements more effective.
The IGP Sindh also issued instructions to the supervisory staff for regular surveillance and monitoring. He also asked them for patrolling and make the random snap checking further effective. Mushtaq Shah said that there should be picketing at the main entry and exit points of the city. The security at public places, bus terminals and educational institutions be improved further. The IGP Sindh said that highway patrolling be made effective and coordinated. He also instructed that arrangements be made for police flag march in the affected areas in the city where police personnel in plain clothes be deployed.
Mahmood Shaam’s new book launched: India is progressing in every sector and if we want to compete, we will have to make enhancement in education, health and industrial sectors. This was stated by eminent journalist, poet and analyst Mahmood Shaam. His new book consists of memories of his tours to India during past two years. Mahmood Sham has expressed his views in his specific writing style about the current advancement of India in different sectors in Orissa, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Delhi, says a statement issued here on Monday.
WISH granting of 10 make-a-wish children: The wish granting of 10 Make-A-Wish children suffering from life-threatening illnesses held on Saturday here at MAW Office.
Present on the occasion were: Human Rights Activist and Former Federal Minister Ansar Burney, Former Captain Pakistan Cricket Team Moin Khan, Actor Faisal Qureshi, Major Waheed Bukhari ISPR, Founding President MAW Pakistan Ishtiaq Baig, MAW volunteers, wish children and their parents.
The wish children were: Bisma Murad Ali suffering from Thalessemia Major and Rabia Asghar suffering from Tetralogy of Fallot wished to have Doll & Doll House, Mohammad Athar Ali suffering from Hemophilia wished to have Remote Control Car, Husnain sufferinf from Hemophilia wished to have Bicycle, Shahzaib suffering from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia wished to have a cricket kit, Rabia Jamal Nasir suffering from Thalassemia Major wished to have a Designer’s dress, Abideen suffering from Thalassemia Major wished to have a Mobile phone, M. Habib suffering from Thalassemia Major wished to meet Actor Faisal Qureshi and Asifa Asad suffering from Thalassemia Major wished to celebrate her birthday party.
Ansar Burney lauded the work of the Make-A-Wish Pakistan said that the Foundation is doing a unique work by fulfilling the dreams of the ailing children in Pakistan and assured his full support to the Foundation.
Ishtiaq Baig thanked the guests for their support to the organization and said that by fulfilling their most cherished wishes we bring joy and happiness on the faces of the ailing children. It is the mission of the Foundation that no Pakistani child leave this world without his/her wish being fulfilled.