SIALKOT-The UK based workers and educationists have stressed a need for proper counselling and guidance of the students so as to enable them to serve the nation in a better way.

They stated this while addressing the participants of special discussion held at Govt. College Women University (GCWU) Sialkot.

The key speakers including Tasneem Khan (UK) and Kaleem Raza, the director students affairs at University of Gujrat-UoG Sialkot Campus, revealed that the proper counselling and guidance are vital for the character building of the students. Vice Chancellor Sialkot Dr. Farhat Saleemi, Dr Shagufta, Mamoona and students also spoke.

VISIT: Collector Customs Sialkot Ahmed Rauf will visit Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) today. SCCI President Zahid Latif Malik told the newsmen that the th eCollector will discuss in details the matters of mutual interest with Sialkot exporters during an important meeting scheduled to be held at SCCI here today.

DEMAND: The grieved family of the acid victim has blamed that the Daska police were forcing them for reconciliation with the accused nominated in the FIR instead of arresting them.

Victim Rahila Bibi’s brother Waqas Ahmed told the newsmen that the Daska police were pressuriisng the family for patch-up with the accused. He said that the accused, nominated in the FIR of this nasty episode, were a still at large.

Her brother alleged Rahila’s in-laws tortured her brutally and later forcibly poured acid into her throat. Due to this acid-pouring, her condition became very critical. after listening her hue and cry, the local people shifted her to Daska Civil Hospital in critical condition.

OLD TREE FALLS: A more than four-centuries old tree fell down. The ancient tree was located at Pasrur City ‘s congested Jinnah Gate locality for more than four centuries.

It fell down without damaging the houses of the local people. The local people said that the stem of the tree had also become hollow. Local people were seen there after the suddenly collapse of the historical tree, which had become a landmark of Pasrur City.

Several people were also found to make selfies with this collapsed tree at the spot. However, the local people were also planning to uproot the tree to get the space widened for other issues.