An anti-terrorism court docket (ATC) extended the judicial remand of three accused within the Johar Town bombing case until September 2. The choice turned into made on Tuesday.

The Counter- Terrorism Department (CTD) did not produce the accused, Samiul Haq, Aziz Akbar and Naveed Akhtar, at some point of the court cases, however submitted their warrant papers. The ATC directed the CTD to record challans in opposition to the accused as quickly as viable, whilst extending judicial remand.

A responsibility judge conducted the case court cases.

The ATC previously provided the demise sentence to 4 accused within the be counted, moreover awarding five years imprisonment to a lady accused.The Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) has determined to utilise extra sources to offer higher sanitation facility to hundreds.

The organisation has introduced to pick out new landfill web sites soon for achieving this purpose.

The choice is made in the course of the 129th assembly of the business enterprise’s Board of Directors which became held here at the head office on Tuesday.

The assembly changed into attended by all board contributors, which includes the newly elected administrators Abdul Karim Khan, Rizwan Iqtadar, Syed Raisuddin and Safdar Shaheen Pirzada.

LWMC CEO Rafia Haider gave a detailed briefing to the brand new board individuals at the running of the employer and the new participants had been entrusted with the duties of diverse committees.

LWMC Chairman Atif Chaudhry highlighted that the foreign investors are being invited to set up waste-to-strength tasks.The Punjab Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) Director General Faisal Farid stated over 802 households have been living in 167 relief camps installation by the PDMA for flood victims.

In a declaration issued on Tuesday, he said that on the instructions of the Punjab government, the PDMA and other provincial corporations had been carrying out comfort sports in flood-affected areas.

There are 15,592 flood sufferers being furnished three food an afternoon, medicines and different essential facilities, including smooth water through a hand-operated ultra-filtration plant.

PDMA DG said thus far, 108,315 flood-affected human beings had been provided medical treatment and 12,491 animals effectively rescued from flood zones by means of rescue teams.