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Police deny woman killed on panchayat order

KHANEWAL: Rejecting the report of woman’s murder on a panchayat (village court) order, the district police said on Thursday that the woman fell prey to old enmity.

On Wednesday, Mariyam Bibi, a resident of 15/9R, was murdered and her son Sarfraz was kidnapped by their rivals, according to police. The police registered an FIR under section 302,364,148,149 and arrested Raja Mehboob, Raja Nanay Khan, Raja Arslan while a hunt for other nominated accused was on. Investigation Officer Ashraf said no village court meeting took place. He said the report was baseless. SHO Shamshad said the police would secure the release of missing boy soon.

Jhang to have four colleges: Four new colleges – two each for boys and girls will be established here in the district to provide best educational facilities to the local youth at their threshold.

In this regard a sum of Rs80 million has been allocated in the budget. Giving details about the project, DO Buildings told the reporters that a Girls Degree College would be established at Mandi Shah Jewna.

and the other one in Jhang City while the boys Degree colleges would be established at Garh Maharaja and in Mandi Shah Jewna respectively. Moreover, the district officer said that construction of the buildings for the colleges would be completed by the end of this fiscal year.

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