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Shifting of poultry shops from Chitral bazaar ordered

CHITRAL, July 17: The Criminal Justice Coordination Committed held its monthly meeting under the chair of District and Sessions Judge Syed Zamarud Shah here. Speaking on the occasion, the sessions judge stressed that officials must use the seals of their own names on the parcels, particularly in narcotics cases and mention it in the recovery memos besides recording the statement of recovery witnesses under section 161 CrPC by the investigation officers. He also directed that the use of helmet should be made compulsory for motorcyclists and checking of their licenses should be carried out regularly. Taxi drivers, especially in non-customs paid vehicles, who allow two passengers to sit in front seat should be stopped from doing this. The district coordination officer will write to the concerned authorities for grant of food money to retired officials. It was also decided that in case of recording evidence of or against government department, an officer of BPS 17 must be present there. Substandard food stuff and expired commodities are selling in the market. The chairman directed the magistrates and district food controller to check and take strict action against shopkeepers selling expired drinks and food items. IT was also decided that poultry farms should be shifted outside the market near the backers and sweet shops and the leather stores adjacent to the oven shop at main bazaar in Denin must also be shifted from here.  The meeting also discussed the position of the Lowari top and the tunnel road and it was pointed out that the concerned department – FWO/NHA – had not introduced safe passage bridges for watercourses crossing the road at different spots which can cause any major accident. The chairman also directed that in case of any accident on this road in future, FWO/NHA will be responsible. The DCO was requested for removal of encroachments in main bazzar and to not to permit heavy vehicles to enter the area till 3pm to avoid traffic problems during official hours.—G.H. Farooqui]]>

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