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Prime Minister’s Adviser announces Nadra’s office utility stores in Kalam, Morning

SWAT: Advisor to the Prime Minister on Political and Public Relations and President PML-N Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Engineer Amir Mukam on Saturday announced creation of NADRA office and usefulness store in Kalam Valley and Utror Valley.

PM Engineer Advisor Amir Mukam made in announcement during his visit to the Kalam valley of Swat area here on Saturday.

During his visit, a loyal PML-N supporter expressed his condolences former provincial minister Malik Didar on in death of wife in Bahrain.

Then in Kalam Valley, PML-N Delegation and Elders of in area called on Amir Mukam and informed him of concerns about imposition of section-4 on Shahs of the provincial land government.

He said that the institution of a cricket stadium on The land of Shahi is good decision of provincial government but the earth should be bought in market rate instead of bargain price not to create law and order.

Speaking to the delegation, Mukam said that the Bahrain-Kalam road was completed cost of 11 billion rupees, which is gift for people of in area.

“Construction of bridges on Calam Road was shut down during the PTI regime which will now be completed. soon”, he claimed.

Amir Muqam also approved setting up of NADRA office in Kalam on request of jirga and also given orders for Settings up of utility stores in Kalam and Utror to relieve the local people with cheap flour and other subsidized products items on their threshold.

Lightning strike destroyed trout farm, and 50-year- the old man was killed in flash-flood in Matta Tehsil on Saturday.

According to police, the trout farm was struck by lightning. in Because of what Machar village was washed away in flood waters.

Azim Khan, owner of fish farm, said that all of his assets and trout worth millions of rupees washed away. He turned to government for financial help.

Meanwhile Muhammad Nawab, son of Sherin died in nearby forest during heavy rains in Lalbund area of Matta Tehsil. On the other hand, peach orchards were also destroyed due to heavy floods.

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