Faisalabad airport

Federal government announces construction of new Faisalabad airport

The government will soon lay the foundation stone of the project; the construction of a new airport will meet the transportation needs of Faisalabad’s business community.

Media reports say the federal government is soon to lay the foundation stone of a new airport in the country’s third-largest city, Faisalabad.

The present airport of Faisalabad is unable to meet the needs of the city’s population and business community, hence a new airport will be constructed in the city.

An internationally standard new airport will be built here soon in view of the growing need for the city of textile. It should be noted that recently a new airport has been built in Islamabad, Pakistan which is currently the largest and most modern airport in the country.


student killed

Sixth grade student killed with both legs trapped in a corn sheller

Chiniot: According to details, the 13-year-old son of Mohammed Nawaz, a resident of Mouza Rao Bagh, Chiniot, was studying in the sixth class.

He used to go to work on corn sheller during the work, both his legs were cut off at nine o’clock last night at sheller, he was taken to Allied Hospital in critical condition, where he lost his life after suffering a life-and-death struggle.

The hospital administration handed over the body to the heirs after necessary action.


section 144

Section 144 imposed in chiniot chenab river


Deputy Commissioner Chiniot Syed Aman Anwar Qadwai imposed section 144 in the Chiniot District in view of the rising incidents of drownings and floods in the Chenab Chiniot River on Tuesday.

Dueto the latest monsoon rains, Deputy Commissioner Chiniot Syed Aman Anwar Qadwai imposed section 144 across the district in view of rising incidents of floodwater rising at the Chenab Chiniot River and civilian deaths in the Chenab River.

All relevant agencies have been strongly advised to ensure that the implementation of Section 144 imposes strict legal action against any citizen who violates Section 144 orders.