Ulema, elders' role in polio drive sought
Posted on 11 months ago
MOHMAND AGENCY: Member of Core Committee NRDF Maulana Asad Ullah and Health Communication Officer of Agency Muhammad Younus on Tuesday asked the Ulema, students and tribal elders to play their role in eradication of polio disease from the area.
Talking to journalists they said that there were no ingredients in anti-polio drops which are against Islam. They also said that there were only three Muslim countries included Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria in which the polio cases are still present.
They maintained that the polio viruses are increasing day by day in Pakistan especially in the tribal areas.
They stressed the parents to get administer their children below five years with anti polio drops and save their lives.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam former press secretary Jan Wali along with dozens of companions announced to join Pakistan People's Party on Tuesday.
Addressing a press conference PPP President from Mohmand Agency Dr Farooq Afzal, said that there should be a liberal and authoritative council for the people of FATA as inclusion of FATA in provincial assembly is the only opinion of ANP.
President said that he had appraised the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor regarding the load shedding in the area. The other participants on the occasion including Senior vice president of Fata Jangraiz Khan, Malik Mumtaz, Malik Ali Abbas Khan and Malik Jan wali.
He said that their party in the situation of crisis took over the government and it was offering sacrifices from the day it had been constituted. The JUI former press secretary who joined the PPP said that their services would always available for the welfare of the people and party.
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