Shan -e-Rehmat e Alam (PBUH) to be celebrated

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Ashfaq Mughal

Faisalabad: 15 November 2020: Under the arrangements of the district administration, Shan -e-Rehmat e Alam (PBUH) will be celebrated in a grand manner from November 16 to 22 in the district. Celebrations will start from the Shan e Mustafa (PBUH) rally from 16 November from District Council Chowk while during the week there will be Naat Competitions, scholars  conference, Milad ceremonies, Quiz and speeches, calligraphy competitions, special children’s Milad ceremonies.   Educational Institutions also arranged Khatam-ul-Quran, Durood-e-Salam, Women’s Mehfil Milad events would be the part of week. All government buildings will be decorated with  lights during Shaan Rehmat-ul-lilalameen Week. A meeting was held to review the arrangements for the successful and glorious events under the chairmanship of  Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Ali n which Additional Deputy Commissioner General Umar Maqbool, Assistant Commissioner City Syed Ayub Bukhari, Director Arts Council Sofia Bedar, Administrative Officer Riaz Hussain Anjum, Chief Corporation Officer Metropolitan Corporation Naeem Allah Waraich and other officers were present. The Deputy Commissioner said that all the concerned departments should fulfill their responsibilities to celebrate the events organized in connection with the glory of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). He said that glorifying the Holy Prophet (PBUH) is part of our faith. He said that the members of the Assembly and peace committee will also participate in all the ceremonies. He said that Anti Corona SOPs should follow in the events. He asked the Assistant Commissioners to celebrate Shaan Rehmat-ul-lilalameen (PBUH) Week in full spirit at the tehsil level so that the message is sent to the world that the Holy Prophet is not only Rehmat-ul-Muslimeen but Rehmat-ul-Alam.

Wheat quota of mills suspended

The Food Department has suspended a wheat quota of Lyallpur Flour Mills for 7 days and imposed a fine of Rs 50,000 for supplying flour mixed with excess moisture and insects in Suholat Bazaar. District Food Controller Ali Imran visited Sahulat Bazaar af 74 JB Thikriwala and checked the quality of flour sold in the presence of a representative of Flour Mills and found 16.1% moisture in the flour instead of the prescribed 13%. A show cause notice was issued to the Mills administration but no concrete reason could be given by the mills there fore action was taken.

Case against marriage halls

Assistant Commissioner City Syed Ayub Bukhari has registered a case against the management of four marriage halls for violating the Marriage Act and Anti-Corona SOPs. AC checked the marriage halls and violation found at Khayyam Marquee, Chiniot Palace, Koh-i-Noor Marquee and Castle Marquee of one-dish and punctuality, while participants did not even wear face masks, prompting action against managers under the Marriage Act and Disease Ordinance2020. meanwhile AC Jaranwala Zain ul Abidein also sealed two marriage hall Seven Seas and Heaven Marriage hall for violating SOPs.