A bomb blast led 5 killed in Tatara District Khyber

IED explosion kills 5 in Khyber

A bomb blast at Shafiq Afridi’s house in Tatara area of ​​Khyber Landikotal district has killed five people and injured five others. Local leaders and political leaders have set up tents as a protest on the Pak-Afghan highway. Local and political leaders on the occasion of protest sit-in said that the government should investigate the blast at Shafiq Afridi’s house, provide justice to the affected family and give martyr package to the families of five martyrs.

The participants of the sit-in said that the protest will continue till justice is provided to the affected families and all the demands are met. The Pak-Afghan highway has been closed for all traffic during the protest. Local political leaders and people were present in large numbers in the protest sit-in. Special prayers were offered on the occasion of the sit-in for the martyred people in the blast. The participants of the sit-in said that the entire nation shares the grief of the bereaved family of Shafiq Afridi and will stand by him till justice is served. No sacrifice will be spared in this regard. Therefore, the government, security forces and other top officials should provide justice to the affected family and provide martyr package to the affected family so that the problems of the affected family can be reduced.

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KP Assembly submits Bill to ban underage marriages

The bill proposes a ban on the marriage of girls under the age of 18. The Bill has been submitted by PPP’s Nighat Orakzai. Violators will face up to three years in prison. Action is also proposed against the groom who marries a girl below 18 years of age. Action should also be taken against the groom and his parents. The bill proposes, Parents are also proposed to be sentenced to 2 years imprisonment if the consent of a minor marriage is involved. The magistrate and the court will be bound to make decision of these cases within 90 days.

New Zealand Govt announces highest civilian award for Pakistani citizen

New Zealand Govt announces highest civilian award for Pakistani citizen

The New Zealand government has announced that Habibullah Marwat, from Lakki Marwat district in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, will be awarded New Zealand’s highest civilian award, the Queen’s Service Medal, for outstanding services.

Land Governor General at a ceremony On Monday, on the occasion of Queen’s Birthday, has announced to give the country’s largest civil award to various personalities in recognition of their outstanding services in various fields. Habibullah Marwat of Sharbi Khel village in Lakki Marwat district of Pakhtunkhwa Nakhwa is also named. He has been awarded the country’s largest civil award “Queen’s Service Medal” in recognition of his outstanding services to Muslim and ethnic communities.

The selection of the nominees for the award is approved by the Queen of Great Britain on the advice of the Prime Minister through an honorary event organized by the Government of New Zealand. Living with his family in Christchurch, New York, Habibullah Marwat has been doing significant work in the Muslim and ethnic communities. He played a key role in bringing ethnic communities closer through sports. Together with the players of the New Zealand women’s cricket team, he started sports programs for girls from ethnic communities. In addition, he has rendered invaluable services to the Muslim community.

In recognition of his services, the government has announced that he will receive the country’s largest civil award. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has personally thanked him for his valuable services to the country. Expressing happiness over this achievement of Habibullah Marwat, the Pakistani community living in New Zealand said that Pakistanis living in New Zealand are shining the name of their country with their hard work and dedication and will continue to do so.

It should be noted that Habibullah Marwat is the first person in the history of New Zealand to receive the largest civil award in New Zealand awarded by the government.