Friday 31 August 2012

Saturday 25 August 2012

Man Murdered in Dadyal at Home with Axe

Tragic News from Dadyal: Man murdered whilst at home. A man has been murdered using an Axe while he was alone at home. At 6 O'Clock a man went to get milk from the house and he saw the dead body and called neighbours and then informed the police later on. A post mortem has been done.

It is not known who killed the man in such a brutal manner (face covered with wounds from axe) or for what reason. The man who was murdered did have an ongoing land dispute (confirmed by a relative) but at this stage the cause of the murder is not known. The family of the murdered man went to Pakistan today from UK.

I have blurred the image out above, I cannot believe how local media published this photo, I can't even describe how I feel after seeing the photo. 

Thursday 23 August 2012

Wednesday 22 August 2012

Tuesday 21 August 2012

Monday 20 August 2012

Two Children Critically ill after being hit by a Speeding Car in Leeds

Leeds (UK): A two-year-old boy, Raham Saleem, and his 10-year-old sister Sabam, are critically ill in hospital after being knocked down in a hit and run accident, police said.

Detectives have asked the driver of a silver Vauxhall Astra to come forward after the collision in Brudenell Road, Hyde Park, Leeds, at around 5.20pm on Saturday (18/08/12).

The incident occurred as the children were crossing the road with another child near the Makkah Masjid Mosque in West Yorkshire. They were walking home after buying onions for the family's Eid celebrations.

Police said the driver slowed down to see what had happened before speeding away from the scene.

The boy and girl were taken to Leeds General Infirmary with what police said were serious wounds, and they remained in a critical condition after surgery.

They went to the shop to buy some onions for their mam, preparing for the Eid celebrations today.

They were crossing the road and they were struck by a vehicle, both were injured and underwent operations overnight.

We are very concerned about their condition.

We are in the early stages of investigating this incident but have already secured CCTV which detectives are studying and have spoken to witnesses.

Wide-ranging inquiries by detectives and specialist officers are under way to trace the driver of this car and I would urge that driver to come forward and contact us now before they receive a knock on the door.

We know the vehicle slowed down and we know they then sped off.

The family of these youngsters are understandably extremely distressed and for their sake we are keen to trace this driver as soon as possible.

If it is a relative or a friend of yours and they have told you, then please pick up the phone and call us as a matter of urgency.

This is a small, close-knit community and people want to help.


Detectives know the car is a mark four model, meaning it was made between 1998 and 2005.

CCTV has already been examined and experts will study more footage in a bid to identify the car's registration number.

West Yorkshire Police are appealing for information, which can be given to the team on 101 or anonymously to CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.

Reported by ITV News

AJK Government Backtracks on Reducing Eid Holiday for Government Employees

Mirpur (19/08/12): After receiving criticism and threats of disobedience by employees in Mirpur division, the Azad Jammu and Kashmir government on Saturday withdrew its order to reduce their gazetted Eidul Fitr holidays from three to one. An order issued by the office of Commissioner Mirpur division declared that all government employees based in Mirpur, Kotli and Bhimber districts of Mirpur division are allowed three days off to celebrate Eidul Fitr and are required to resume duties thereafter. However, officials of the district administration, police and employees of essential services departments in the division will observe only one holiday on Eid, the order stated. Public servants, who had earlier threatened to take to the streets if the three-gazetted holidays for celebrating Eid were not revived by Saturday, lauded the decision. “Government employees hailing from far flung areas outside Mirpur division will now be able to celebrate Eid with their families at their ancestral places,” said Akram Mughal, the general secretary of All Pakistan Clerks Association’s Mirpur chapter. He said that the government’s decision to reduce Eid holidays had spread a wave of concern and resentment among employees. He maintained that the government should refrain from taking such decisions in haste.

Reported by The Express Tribune

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