OUR STAFF REPORTER MALAKWAL - The District Price Control Committee has expressed concerns over the inflated prices of ghee and sale of sub-standard packed milk in Mandi Bahauddin. At a meeting under ADC Shahid Zuman Luk, the committee ordered immediate action against the sale of unfit packed milk in the district. Mandi Bahauddin Assistant Commissioner Shahid Imran Marth, Malakwal Assistant Commissioner Asif Raza, other officials and traders attended the meeting. The committee, however, expressed satisfaction over the stock of flour present with the district. It also laid stress on the need for keeping an eye on motorcycle acrobats and one-wheeling during Eid days. DCO inspects cleanliness arrangements:District Coordination Officer (DCO) Amin Chaudhry inspected cleanliness arrangements in various union councils in Mandi Bahauddin on Sunday. Addressing a gathering in Kaddar village, the DCO called upon farmers to keep their animal sheds neat and clean to avoid spread of Congo virus. He said that progress of the country was linked to the agriculture and livestock sectors so farmers needed to be more vigilant and active. One gets death, another life sentence in murder case: A lower court awarded death sentence to a man and life sentence to another while acquitted seven others in a murder case. Judge Zulfiqar Loon announced the verdict. Some nine people had been nominated in the FIR for murder of one Muhammad Iqbal of Ratoo village, Phalia tehsil in 2007. The court awarded death penalty to the main accused, namely Rasheed, and imposed a fine of Rs0.1millon on him. Ansar Iqbal was sentenced to life in prison with a fine of Rs0.1 million. Seven other accused, Mehdi, Ashraf, Anar, Aslam, Umar Hayat, Tawab and Sajid, were acquitted. Need for interfaith harmony: DCO Muhammad Asif stressed the need for inter-faith and sectarian harmony which he termed as imperative for the unity of the nation and integrity and solidarity of the country. While addressing a meeting of the district Interfaith Committee which was attended among others by DSP Khalid Mahmood, Sahibzada Syed Waseemul Hassan Naqvi and members of the Christian Community, he said that Islam teaches tolerance, forbearance and respect of all religions believers. He said that religious scholars from all sects and non-Muslims should respect each other and should not utter single word which injures the sentiments of others.