How can poor people save money and other diseases? Useful advice from General Noori.

How can poor people save money and other diseases?

Yesterday, a well-known cardiologist went to Major General (retd) Dr Muhammad Masoodul Hassan (Sitara-e-Imtiaz) for a medical check-up and he would ask me what I do. I told him that as far as the media was concerned, he spoke very eloquently about the current situation and gave very simple and practical advice on how to stay safe from Corona. At the same time, he said that these words must reach 80% of the poor people of Pakistan. Of course these things are so valuable that they should reach as many people as possible. Please share this post as much as possible in the public interest on social media.

Allah Almighty has given such natural blessings to Pakistan which are within the reach of every rich and poor man and no money is spent on them. What are these blessings?

Happened.
Sunshine,
lemons and mint
alum
walk
social distance from

Dr. Norie says that in general we all do not take full advantage of the air and breathe half, which prevents oxygen from reaching the lungs properly and does not completely clear the waste products inside the lungs. The best way to get rid of the air is to sit upright at least five times a day, pull in as much as you can, and then slowly pull it out. Repeat this process six to ten times. This strengthens the lungs and reduces the chances of being infected with corona.

When the sun or the heat is high, we begin to complain to Allah, even though it is a great blessing. Don’t be afraid of the sun because when you walk in the sun, vitamin D, the main component of the immune system, starts to form automatically and many kinds of viruses and germs die.

Lemons are very beneficial in making water an antioxidant. Put water in a jug, squeeze lemons in it and cut the peel into pieces and put it in the same water. Add a few mint leaves and drink this water. It is also sterile.

Ten rupees alum is the best substitute for thousands of rupees expensive teaser. Dissolve this alum in water and soak a towel or handkerchief in this water. Dry this towel and handkerchief in the hot sun. Wash your hands with plain water and wipe with a towel and handkerchief. There will be no need to apply sanitizer or wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds

No special park or arrangement is required for the walk.It costs no money, so everyone can walk for half an hour to strengthen their immune system,” says Dr. Sahib. Is an effective weapon against. It is necessary to make it a permanent habit. “

Masks and social distance are also emphasized to prevent corona. Where would a poor man with five or six children and one room buy so many masks and how to sew children six feet apart in one room? Change the order of the head and legs, ie one child sleeps with his legs towards the other’s head.

The most important and most important of these protective measures is to seek refuge in Allah. Ask Him for help in every trouble, ask forgiveness for your sins and worship Him as much as possible

Social Welfare and Bait-ul-Mal distributed relief checks of Rs. 250,000 to deserving persons with disabilities.

Chiniot (Web Desk) Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Riaz distributed relief checks of Rs. 250,000 to deserving persons with disabilities from the Social Welfare and Treasury Department. On the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Riaz said that the Punjab government was providing Rs. 10,000 each to deserving persons with disabilities in the form of small business. In this regard, with the aid money distributed to 25 beneficiaries in Chiniot, they can grow their business and get decent jobs in the society.

A young man from Chenab Nagar found it costly to upload a video of aerial firing on social media.

Chenab Nagar (Web Desk) A young man from Chenab Nagar found it costly to upload a video of aerial firing on social media. Sources said that the youth made a video of himself firing in the air and uploaded it on social media. As soon as he uploaded the video, the law enforcement agencies came into action. Rana Ehtesham, a resident of Mohalla Darul Uloom Chenab Nagar was arrested and a pistol was recovered from his possession. Action is being taken against the accused in Chenab Nagar police station.

A fire broke out in the house due to an electrical short circuit.

Chiniot (Web Desk) – A fire broke out in a house in Kot Qazi village of Lalian Tehsil, Chiniot District today due to short circuit of electricity. The people of the area reached on time and put out the fire. But all the belongings of these poor people were burnt to ashes. By the grace of Allah, no casualties were reported. Unfortunately, these poor people have no welfare. Their administration is asking for some financial help so that they can support themselves and their children.

The Petrol Pumps Association also came to the fore.

Chiniot (Web Desk) Petrol Pumps Association also came to the fore. Disappointed with the
administrative attitude , they threatened to close petrol pumps.
How to buy petrol at high prices and sell it at cheap prices? Question from the management of Petrol Pump Association?
Chiniot: According to details, Petrol Pump Association Chiniot, fed up with the attitude of the district administration, convened an emergency meeting at Attock Petrol Pump Jhang Road. The
meeting was attended by Sheikh Mohsin, Sheikh Abdul Rehman, Shahzeb Ali, Rehan Ali and Saeed Ali. Several petrol pump owners and their representatives attended.
A joint statement issued by the Petrol Pump Association on the occasion said that while the people are being punished for the government’s incompetence, the pump owners are also not safe.
He further said that when petrol “pump owners” are getting more than Rs. 80, how can they ensure that the public can get petrol at Rs. 75. On
this occasion, the Petrol Pump Association warned the Chiniot administration that If the action against them is not stopped, they will not refrain from closing their last option petrol pump.
Finally, the Petrol Pump Association, through the media, offered the management that they are willing to pay as much as they can at the fixed rate to make petrol available to us so that the suffering of the people can be alleviated together.

Discussion on social media on the picture of Ertugrul’s actress Isra Bilgich: ‘How can you do this to us, Halima Baji!’

Ever since the Turkish drama Ertugrul was shown in Pakistan, viewers have been showing great interest in its characters, story, and dialogues.

Whether it is Arzgharl’s expression of love for Halima in the play or the beauty of Isra Bulgich who plays the role of Halima Sultan, all of them are mentioned a lot on social media.

Due to such an interest in drama, many people have started following the actors playing these roles on social media. And when they don’t see their favorite characters in that particular color as they see them in the play, their reaction starts trending on social media.

Some fans could not digest this aspect of the life of the actress after seeing the actress Isra Bilgich in a glamorous way in her real-life apart from the role of Halima. For them, Isra is only Halima

Ahmadis excluded from Pakistan’s Minorities Commission.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday backtracked on his decision to include Ahmadis in the National Commission for Minorities.

During a cabinet meeting with his top minister, PM Khan approved a memo submitted by the Ministry of Religious Affairs & Interfaith Harmony urging the cabinet to exclude Ahmadis due to the “religious and historical sensitivity of the issue.”

The same cabinet on April 29th had ordered the Ministry of Religious Affairs to include the Ahmadis, saying that:

“The Ahmadi community, being a minority in accordance with the constitution of Pakistan, should also be represented in the Commission.”

The decision to give representation to Ahmadis triggered a nationwide backlash against the government. To quell the backlash the Ministry proposed that the cabinet drop its prior decision to include Ahmadis, stating that:

“So far decision at 1(c) is concerned, Ministry proposes that representative of Ahmadi community must not be included in the NCM, given the religious and historical sensitivity of the issue”

The Ahmadis who claim to be Muslim were declared “non-Muslim” in 1974 and have since been severely persecuted for their religious beliefs.

Hamza Abbasi says he was wrong to call Ahmadis ‘non-Muslim’.

Former Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi said on Saturday that he was wrong in labeling Ahmadis as non-Muslims. He was backtracking from comments he made in 2016 declaring the minority Ahmadis a religion separate from Islam.

Abbasi said on Twitter: “I was wrong in calling them non-Muslim. I can only say that they are wrong in their belief.” The actor was responding to a barrage of abusive tweets that were part of a Pakistan wide Twitter trend against Ahmadis. ”

Abbasi added that: “If a group or person calls himself a Muslim……then no individual has the authority to declare them non-Muslim.”

The twitter trend was in reaction to the government’s decision to include the Ahmadis in the National Minority Commission, a step rejected by a majority of Pakistanis.

Pakistan to include Ahmadis in National Commission for Minorities.

Pakistan on Wednesday announced the inclusion of minority Ahmadis in the National Commission for Minorities.

According to 92 News, the federal cabinet on April 20 had approved plans by the Ministry of Religious Affairs to reorganize the commission. However, the proposal did not include a representative of the Ahmadi community.

Subsequently, several Ministers raised the issue with PM Khan and suggested that Ahmadis be included in the commission. Accepting the suggestion by the Ministers PM Imran Khan on Wednesday directed that the National Commission for Minorities be overhauled to include Ahmadis. PM Khan further directed that an updated memo be sent to the Ministry of Religious Affairs.

The commission will compromise of 7 official members and 8 non-official members.

Former ‘Harf e Raaz’ co-host lashes out at Orya Maqbool Jan.

In a leaked call, former co-host of ‘Harf e Raaz’ lashed out against Orya Maqbool Jan for being a “hypocrite” and having an “illicit relationship” with the show’s producer.

The damning claims were made by Jameel Farooqui in a phone call with Canada’s Rawal TV. Farooqui lamented that due to the nature of his job he was forced to share the screen with someone who had “extremist views”. He claimed:

“If negative emotions arose against one person within a selected community then I am sure it would have been the same for the second person [who was sharing the screen with him].”

Calling Jan extremely ignorant Farooqui said, ” He talks about enforcing the Islamic faith….however, he has no intellect, his brain is another girl in our office, who is the producer of his program for the past eight years.”

Referring to Jan’s romantic involvement with his program producer, he said:

“He goes on dates with her, with rooms booked. He picks her up and drops her home daily, everyone knows that, and dares to call her his daughter”

While referring to Harf e Raaz’s producer, Farooqui said: “She was associated with Hizb ul Tahrir, an extremist Jihadi group. She greatly admires Jan and all she wants is him on the screen, and he does what she demands”