Sindh Government News September 11, 2012

ADVOCATE GENERAL CONDOLES ON THE DEATH OF RAJA QURESHI 

Karachi, September 11: The Advocate General Sindh Mr. Abdul Fattah Malik has condoled on the death of the then Advocate General Sindh, Mr. Raja Qureshi.

In a condolence message to his elder son Mr. Sameer Qureshi, he said that Mr. Qureshi has really caused a great shock to all the layers and entire court’s atmosphere became gloomy. He said that the deceased was a great lawyer and played a dynamic role in his field.

He pray for departed soul to remain in Heaven and Almighty Allah may give courage to all the family members to bear this great loss. (Aameen)

TRANSFERS & POSTINGS OF DISTRICT & SESSIONS AND OTHER JUDGES  

Karachi, September 11: The Honourable Chief Justice and the Judges of Sindh High Court has been ordered following transfers and postings of District & Sessions Judges, Additional District and Sessions Judges, Senior Civil Judges & Assistant Session Judges, Civil Judges and Judicial Magistrates with immediate effect in the public interest.

District & Session Judges:-

According to the notification, Mr. Ameer Faisal waiting for posting has been transferred and posted to District & Sessions Judge T. M. Khan, Mr. Javed Ahmed Keerio OSD/ Incharge Additional District & Sessions Judge Karachi South to District & Sessions Judge Tando Allah Yar on his promotion, Mr. Sikandar Ali Lashari has been transferred from Jamshoro to District & Sessions Judge Matiari. Ms. Sher Bano Karim waiting for posting has been transferred to Thatta against the post lying vacant. Mr. Ubaidullah Khan waiting for posting has been posted as District & Session Judge Jamshoro.

Additional District and Session Judges:-

Mr. Abdul Razzaque, Additional District & Sessions Judge has been transferred from Karachi South to Hyderabad against the post lying vacant. Ms. Naseem Mansoor, Karachi (West) to Karachi Central against vacant post. Mr. Obaid Ahmed Khan, from Karachi (East) to Tando Adam on vacant post. Mr. Jalaludddin Soomro, from Karachi (East) to Karachi South. Mr. Aftab Ahmed Arain from Shahdadkot to Khairpur on vacant post. Mr. Abdul Shakoor Shaikh, Nausheroferoze to Shikarpur. Ms. Shagufta Siddiqui, from Karachi (East) to Karachi South on vacant post. Mr. Ramesh Kumar from Karachi (West) to Jacobabad. Mr. Muhammad Saleem Larik, from Mirpurmathelo to Badin. Ms. Zahida Sikandar, from Karachi (East) to Karachi West Ms. Moen Bano Sodhar, from Hyderabad to Tando Muhammad Khan against vacant post. Mr. Muhammad Manazir-ul-Haq, from Tando Adam to Shahdadpur. Mr. Qadir Bux Lohrani, from Mithi to Obaro, Mohammad Bux Bhagwar from Shikarpur to Sukkur. Mr. Manthar Ali Jatoi from Shahdapur to Karachi East vice Mr. Obaid Ahmed Khan transferred. Mr. Ghulam Shah, Additional District & Sessions Judge Jacobabad has been transferred to Shikarpur against the post lying vacant.

Senior Civil Judges & Assistant Sessions Judges:-

Ms. Naushaba Kazi, Senior Civil Judges & Assistant Sessions Judges from Malir to Thatta. Mr. Abdul Qudoos Memon, from Thatta to Tando Allahyar. Mr. Nawaz Ali Shar, from Sajawal to Hyderabad. Mr. Shafi Muhammad Pirzada, from Sanghar to Shikarpur. Mr. Saleem Qambrani, from Khairpur to Jacobabad. Mr. Muhammad Saleem Meo, from Shikarpur to Larkana. Mr. Muhammad Sharif Buriro, from Kamber to Ubauro. Mr. Muhammad Murad Memon, from I/c CJ/JM at Gambat to Sehwan. Mr. Manthar Ali Jatoi from Shahdadpur to Karachi (East). Mr. Shakeel Ahmed Shaikh, from I/c CJ/JM at Sukkur to Naushero Feroze. Mr. Muhammad Ahsan Khan Durrani, from I/c CJ/JM at Shikarpur to Mirpurkhas. Ms. Shazia Asif, from I/c CJ/JM at Karachi (East) to Karachi (West). Mr. Naushad Mughal, I/c CJ/JM Badin to Sanghar. Ms. Mushtri Khanam, I/c CJ/JM Karachi (West) to Karachi (East). Ms. Zahida Parveen, I/c CJ/JM Karachi (East) to Karachi (East).

Mr. Shahid Ahmed Awan, I/c CJ/JM Karachi (West) to Shahdadkot. Mr. Arshad Murtaza, from Larkana to Sujawal. Mrs. Tahira Mohsin, from Mirpurkhas to Karachi (East) Mr. Muhammad Yousuf Gul from Ubauro (Ghotki) to Khairpur. Mr. Sikandar Ameer Pahore, from Sehwan to Malir. Mr. Fareed Anwar Qazi, from Tando Allahyar to Malir. Mr. Muhammad Umer Jatoi, from Jacobabad to Mirwah. Mr. Intisar Ali Tunio, from Mirwah to Tando Adam. Mian Fayyaz Rabbani, OSD in High Court and attgached to S.J. Academy to Mithi. Ms. Farzana Mushtaq, Senior Civil Judge & Assistant Session Judge Malir has been directed to report to High Court.

Civil Judges & Judicial Magistrates:-

Mr. Muhammad Jahangir Khan, Civil Judge & Judicial Magistrate Karachi South has been transferred to Matli. Syed Asadullah Shah, from Karachi (West) to Jamshoro. Syed Ahmed Yousuf, from Karachi (West) to Sujawal. Mr. Muhammad Yasin, from Karachi (West) to Karachi (Central). Mr. Shahid Ali Memon, from Karachi (East) to Mirpur Bathoro. Syed Zaheer Ahmed Naqvi, from Karachi (East) to Karachi (Central). Mr. Javed Iqbal Malik, from Karachi (East) to Sakrand. Mr. Malik Muhammad Akhtar, from Karachi (East) to T.M. Khan. Mrs. Kaniz Fatima Zulfiqar, from Karachi (Central) to Karachi (West). Mr. Maqbool Ahmed Memon, from Karachi (Central) to Karachi (East). Mr. Nasrullah Korai, from Karachi (Central) to Dadu. Mr. Aurangzeb Alamgir Qazi, from Karachi (Central) to Hyderabad. Mr. Ashfaque Mughal, from Malir to Thano Bola Khan. Mr. Muhammad Aslam Sheikh, from Malir to Karachi (East). Mr. Nadir Ali Shah, from T. M. Khan to Kingri. Mr. Shakeel Molani, from Mirpur Bathoro to Dokri. Mr. Jahangir Bhayo, from Matli to Larkana. Mr. Muhammad Abbas Sial, from Dadu to Mirwah. Mian Eijaz Rabbani, from Johi to Thul. Mr. Abdul Sattar Abbas, from Chachro to Larkana. Mr. Sohail Ahmed Mashori, from Moro to Karachi (West). Mr. Ali Muhammad Sahito, from Bhiria to Shikarpur against the post lying vacant. Mr. Khadim Hussain Chand, from Sakrand to Sehwan. Mr. Shafiqullah Memon, from Sakrand to Karachi (West). Mr. Muhammad Suleman Buriro, from Mirwah to Karachi (East). Mr. Anwar-ul-Hasan Siddiqui, from Kingri to Karachi (Central). Mr. Hasan Ali Kalwar, from Ghotki to Malir. Mr. Tarique Ali Sanghroo, from Larkana to Johi. Mr. Rasool Bux Solangi, from Rato Dero to Gambat. Mr. Tahir Hussain Abro, from Dokri to Warah. Ms. Samina Mangi, from Larkana to Khairpur against the post lying vacant. Mr. Aurangzeb Shah, from Garhi Yasin to Ghotki. Mr. Khair Muhammad Solangi, from Thul to Chachro. Mr. Javed Haider Phulpoto, from Sehwan to Rato Dero. Mr. Ghanwar Khan from Thano Bola Khan to Hyderabad. Mr. Karamuddin Junejo, from Jamshoro to Hyderabad. Mr. Muhammad Saleem Butt, from Warah to Bhiria. Mr. Ahmed Nawaz Domki, from Hyderabad to Moro. Mr. Abdul Qadir, from Hyderabad to Karachi (South). Mr. Zakaullah Abro, from Karachi (East) to Sukkur. Ms. Erum Jahangir, from Hyderabad to Karachi (East). Mr. Ashfaque Ahmed Nizamani from Karachi West to Sanghar. Mr. Devo Sagar, from Sanghar to Karachi (West). Mr. Abdul Hayee Memon, from Kotdiji to Sakrand. Mr. Altaf Hussain Dayo, from Karachi (South) to Kotdiji. Mr. Abdul Qadeer Buriro, from T. M. Khan to Karachi (East) and Mr. Muhammad Ali Memon, Civil Judge & Judicial Magistrate Sujawal has been transferred and posted at Malir.

PPP IS THE CHAMPION FOR THE RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE OF SINDH- PIR MAZHAR UL HAQ

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Karachi, September 11: Senior Provincial Minister for Education and Literacy Pir Mazhar ul Haq said that President Asif Ali Zardari, MQM leader Altaf Hussain, Governor Sindh Dr. Ishrat ul Ibad Khan, Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah, leaders of Pakistan Peoples Party and the people of Sindh deserve congratulation on Sindh Peoples Local Government Ordinance and this ordinance will come up to the expectations of the masses of the province and it will open the new vistas of the progress. This he said while talking to various delegations here at his office on Tuesday.

He said that the Sindh Peoples Local Government Ordinance was a great achievement of the present democratic government and all that went to President Asif Ali Zardari and MQM leader Altaf Hussain. While condemning the attitude of nationalist parties, he said that those nationalists and their followers had negative attitude and they were against the democratic process. He said, “It was sorry state that without reading the ordinance, the anti-democratic elements are making hue and cry. To call a strike is a democratic right but to call it for nothing is not a good act.” He added that the people of Sindh were very sensible and they could not be deceived by the nationalists. The people knew who were sincere with them.

Senior Minister said that Pakistan Peoples Party was the greatest champion for the rights of the people of  Sindh. Those who were crying that day, why were they silent during the dictatorship of General Pervaiz Musharaf and why they did not go against Nazmeens.

He further said, “Those who have given strike call, are enemy of the progress of the province. Due to political vision and reconciliation policy of President Asif Ali Zardari, today there is political stability in Sindh. People should not be misguided because they are well aware of the situation.”

STRIKERS SHOULD HELP OUT IN RELIEF WORK SHARJEEL INAM MEMON

Karachi, September 11: Provincial Minister for Information Sharjeel Inam Memon has said that those who have called for strike are not well wishers of Sindh. It is better for them not to call for strike but to work for the relief of the rain-hit people and should come forward to help out in relief work. This he said in statement issued here on Tuesday.

He said, ‘It is really unfortunate that so called leaders of Sindh, despite working for relief, calling for strike.

During last two years, Sindh had to face unprecedented natural disasters. President Asif Ali Zardari himself visited flood hit areas and Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah and members of Sindh Assembly are also visiting rain affected areas.

He added that all relief works were being monitored properly. strickers elements never helped needy people.

On the other hand they created hurdles in relief work. They should learn from Pakistan Peoples Party that has always helped in time of difficulty. Provincial Minister said, ‘Pakistan Peoples Party’s political graph is ever high. Anti-democratic elements have no place in the eyes of the people of Sindh. They should compare themselves with achievements of PPP, then they should  realize that where they are standing.’

ELECTRICITY RESTORED IN RAIN HIT AREAS MUKESH KUMAR CHAWLA

Karachi, September 11: Provincial Minister for Excise and Taxation Mukesh Kumar Chawla has said that electricity has been restored in rain affected areas. Relief work is in progress in rain hit areas. This he said while talking to media-men visiting Kashmore, Khandkhot, Guddu and adjacent areas and monitoring relief work here on Tuesday.

He said that on special directives of President Asif Ali Zardari and Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah, all Cabinet members, Advisors and members of Provincial Assembly were visiting themselves in their respective constituencies and monitoring relief work. On this occasion Provincial Minister Mukesh Kumar Chawla directed officers to work promptly and honestly in relief work and must provide relief to affected people.

He added, If it is needed, people will be shifted to relief camps and ecessacities of life will also be provided to them’. He said that the government was full aware of the problems, of the people. Unprecedented rains created havoc, however Sindh Government was bringing all its resource into action. Relief is being given to the people. PPP would never leave the people in difficult time.

C.S. DIRECTS FOR RAINY WATER SEWAGE

Karachi, September 11: Chief Secretary Sindh, Raja Muhammad Abbas has emphasized the Secretary Local Government and all Divisional Commissioners including Managing Directors of PDMA, WASA & KWSB to expeditiously ensure the proper sewage of rainy water from the affected areas and arrange sufficient cleanliness, to protect the people from fatal diseases. The anti-germs/Dengue spray must be carried out, he added.

Raja Muhammad Abbas noted that as and when the weather backs to normalcy, the repair and maintenance of the damaged roads etc. should also be undertaken, sufficiently.

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