FAISALABAD: a man has controlled to get a case registered against 3 officials of the Sui Northern fuel Pipelines restrained on fees of no longer plugging leakage within the place which led to hearth in his house, leaving seven contributors of his family burnt.
On Feb 9, a hearth erupted inside the residence of Shafiq Ahmed of Chak sixty one- GB, Jaranwala,
as a end result its roof caved in, causing a loss of Rs1 million. Shafiq, his spouse Asma Babi, his two sons Abu Bakr and Umer and three daughters - Fiza, Adeeba and Rameen - sustained burns.
submitting an software to police, Shabir Ahmed said his brother Shafiq on and off complained to the SNGPL about leakage within the pipeline crossing close to his residence during the last one and a half months.
He said a department group dug holes in the front of the residence of Shafiq to hit upon leakage. The officials neither plugged the leakage nor included the pots and resultantly it [leakage] prompted fire in his house.
Shabir in his grievance stated Shafiq’s family received calls from the SNGPL helpline regarding the problem and the department turned into told that the leakage is yet to be plugged.
The SNGPL officials booked via police included Jaranwala SDO Siddique Awan, upkeep in-charge Akhtar Kalyar and programme officer Salim. No arrest become made.
posted in , February 14th, 2019