Drivers of school vans fined for playing loud music.

KOHAT -- The police on Friday imposed fines on drivers of rickshaws and vans picking and dropping schoolgirls for playing laud music.

DSP Azmat Bangash led the operation launched on the complaints of female students.

During the action, traffic wardens also removed musical instruments from the vehicles. They also seized motorcycles driven by underage drivers.

Traffic police in-charge Rauf Khan told Dawn that the operation was launched to curb immoral activities.

SHOPS SEALED: Additional assistant commissioner Saad Munir and drug inspector Irfan Wazir sealed three medical stores and clinics run by quacks in Gumbat and Parshai areas of Kohat on Friday. They also confiscated expired medicines and intoxicating substances.

OPEN KUTCHERY: The residents complained about poor performance of revenue staff at an open kutchery called by additional assistant commissioner, revenue, Hangu, Amanullah on Friday.

The complaints were mostly about delay in transfer of collective properties in names of individuals, issuance of ownerships, and absence of staff in their offices.

They also demanded that the revenue record should be computerised. The...

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