He further directed that a vigorous public awareness campaign be launched against polio and training programme of polio workers be made more effective. Shahbaz took notice of positive environmental samples in Rawalpindi and Lahore and said that all out measures should be taken in this regard and anti-polio campaign be continued on regular basis. Adviser on Health Khawaja Salman Rafiq, chief secretary, inspector general police, home secretary, CCPO Lahore, Lahore commissioner, DCO Lahore and officers concerned were present.
Separately, Shahbaz Sharif expressed deep sense of sorrow and grief over the death of three children due to plunging of a school van in a drain near Kahna. The chief minister expressed sympathies with the bereaved families and directed administration to provide best treatment facilities to the children who were injured in the accident. The chief minister also ordered an inquiry into the incident.
The CM also took notice of the news of kidnapping and gang-rape of a lady teacher in the area of police station Kot Sultan, Layyah district, and sought a report from the DPO. Issuing instructions for strict action under the law against the culprits involved, he directed that justice should be provided to the lady teacher at any cost. He said that the elements involved in the incident deserve no leniency. On the instructions of the chief minister, police have registered a case and arrested four accused.
Source : Daily Times , 29th Nov 2014