Another Sharif family theft surfaces?

Another theft of Sharif family was caught in Lahore, the provincial capital of Punjab, according to a Baaghi TV report.

Navies of India, Australia, Japan and US to start second phase of Malabar exercise from today

According to reports, water theft was caught in Sharif Medical Complex. The survey identified 2 cusecs, illegal tube wells.

BRICS Summit: Modi, China’s Xi Jinping to share platform again today

On the orders of WASA Vice Chairman Sheikh Imtiaz Mahmood, WASA Revenue teams surveyed the Sharif Medical Complex. Where a tube well of 2 kiosks was found. Which supplies water to the medical college, school and hospital in the Sharif Medical Complex, but the user does not pay charges on it.

Austria chain store apologises for pre-lockdown sale

Activists urge ban on EY in UK public tenders

Sheikh Imtiaz Mahmood said that, according to WASA rules, the monthly bill of 2 cusec tube well is Rs. 200,000 and if caught stealing water, a fine of one year is also imposed. Recovery orders have been issued by sending a bill to Sharif Medical Complex.

Armenian leader dismisses FM amid protests over peace deal

GB people reject politics of PPP, PML- N: Qureshi

Azhar Mashwani, the Punjab Chief Minister’s focal person for digital media, tweeted on social networking site Twitter that the family of the thieves did not stop stealing water. Sharif built the medical complex in 1997 and continues to use stolen water to this day; causing at least a loss of at least Rs. 50 million to the exchequer.

President underlines need to emulate lessons from Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) Seerah

Pakistan’s economy emerging at a pace rivaled by none in region: PM

Lower zinc levels in blood may up death risk in Covid-19 patients: Study

Vaccine will not be enough to stop pandemic: WHO chief

COVID-19, patients continue to rise across Pakistan

Which Muslim state did Trump plan on attacking?

Faizabad sit-in comes to an end?

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for the latest news and updates! 

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.