Menace of increasing street dogs goes un checked in Chitral bazars

Published on: 24/11/2017 | Comments: 1 comment 

Chitral .. The menace of increasing number of pye-dogs in Chitral bazars has always been a problem except for the little time when operation against theses canine creatures is carried out killing them ruthlessly, until the surviving puppies again grow up and take over the bazars in droves. The health and municipal officials take action only after people start complaining and protesting when the problem becomes too obvious. As one time killing of the dogs does not eliminate the problem, it is essential that all the stray dogs should be sterilised through medicine in their feed to stop further production and preclude the resultant ruthless killing of these dogs. Ghulam Hazrat Inqilabi an ex president district bar association has posted a picture on facebook reproduced above and has threatened to take the responsible authorities to court for this negligence in curbing street dog parades in the bazars.

.. CN report, 24 Nov 2017

Drosh bazar inspected, fines imposed on defaulters

Published on: 21/11/2017 | Comments: No comments 

Chitral .. Under the supervision of Deputy Commissioner?Chitral?Irshad Sodhar, Assistant Director Consumer Protection Council Chitral Riaz Ahmad conducted inspection of different categories of vendors / shops in Drosh bazaar. The violators were fined PKR. 67000/- under section 5, 7a, 7b, and 7c of?Consumer?Protection?Act?for?overcharging, defective design or composition, duty of disclosure, unfair trade practices, and for playing with the health of Consumer. In addition a case was also filed against a filling station in the consumer court Chitral for selling low gauge POL. .. CN report, 21 Nov 2017

 

Nazim expresses concern over shop breaks in Chitral Bazars

Published on: 25/08/2016 | Comments: 1 comment 

Chitral — Nadir Khan, naib nazim VC Balach, Chitral town has in a press statement expressed concern over the increasing cases of shop breaks in Chitral Bazars and markets during night time. He said police has identified the culprits in a number of cases but the occurrences of shop breaks have increased instead of ceasing. He demanded more police patrolling and monitoring during night time. He also demanded marking the mid line of the bypass road and constructing footpath on it to prevent accidents. — BH Azad, 25 Aug 2016