Sukkur: Police injures 10 DPs, including women
SUKKUR: As reported by the Dawn News on Tuesday, Ten people, including women, suffered injuries when police used batons against hundreds of flood affected people who were protesting against closure of Nadra registration counter well ahead of scheduled time on Monday. The affected people were waiting for their turn to register for Watan Card outside the counter set up in the Government High School Rohri when the Nadra staff closed it before end of official hours, sparking anger among people. The enraged DPs started protesting against the authorities concerned when the SHO of Rohri Tahir Mughal reached there and ordered they be baton charged. Ten people, including women, were injured who were identified as Asifa Ansari and Khalida Shaikh of Medicines Sans Frontiers, school teachers Gulzar Ahmed Mangi, Abdul Aziz Akhund and Mohammad Aslam Shaikh, two officials of National Commission for Human Development Iftikhar Ahmed and Asim Shah and three flood affectees Rasool Bux Bhutto, Ms Hooran and Ms Allah Rakhi. Mohammad Suleman Qureshi, a district education officer, said that one of his teachers Gulzar Ahmed Mangi had informed him about the incident and he had asked him to submit a written complaint in this regard. He would go to the school on Tuesday and probe the matter, he said.
The complete article can be found at Dawn News.