The NAB National Accountability Bureau

The NAB (National Accountability Bureau) chairman has agreed to release seven suspects involved in a fake bank account case with a contract of 166 billion rupiah. The accused faced an incident involving misuse of land owned by the Sindh government and Pakistan steel mill. Abdul Ghani has expressed his willingness to abandon 37.5 acres of industrial land and deposit 2 billion rupees in a pleasant deal.

According to NAB sources

Similarly, Mohammad Touseef has 37.5 acres of industrial land with 20.9 billion rupiah, Amir (40 acres and 2.2 billion rupees), Siraj Shahid (50 acres and Rs 2.78 billion), Hammad Shahid (34 acres of residential land and 440 million acres). 19 million rupees), surrendering Tariq Baig. (34 acres of residential land and Rs491m), Mohammad Iqbal (33 acres of residential land and Rs476m). According to NAB sources, NAB Chairman Javed Iqbal has approved the conviction deal and the case will now be submitted to the responsible court. All seven faced NAB investigations of illegal land allocation by public officials.

Manzoor Qadir Kaka, a former executive director of the Sindh Building Control Authority and a close aide to former President Asif Zardari, is also accused of this incident. The National Accountability Bureau condemned them for misuse of authority, illegal merits and abuse of government land. Payments for land plots were made through fake bank accounts, NAB sources claimed.

Seven of them cited one of 172 in a report filed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to the Supreme Court during a fake bank account hearing. After the bail detained by the Islamabad High Court on June 10 was dismissed, former President Asif Zardari and his sister Fayal Talf withdrew in connection with the case.

Travel and Tourism Competitive Report

According to the Travel and Tourism Competitive Report published by the World Economic Forum on Wednesday, Pakistan remains the least competitive country in South Asia in travel and tourism. The report ranks Pakistan at the bottom of the Asia Pacific Travel and Tourism (T & T) Competitive Index 2019 ranking. Pakistan ranked 121st this year among 140 countries in 124 countries in 2017. The report stressed that Pakistan still needs to improve its competitiveness in order to rank above the top four.

In a pillar snapshot of the Asia-Pacific region, the report revealed that Singapore was the highest country in terms of human resources and labor markets, while Singapore scored the highest in the region. Japan remains Asia's most competitive travel and tourism economy, ranks fourth in the world, and has recently witnessed a boom in international tourist arrivals and receipts. China is the largest travel and tourism economy in the Asia-Pacific and the world's 13th most competitive.

The Philippines has risen from fourth to fourth over the world. S. Asia is the only score below the average for T & T competitiveness in the Asia Pacific region. The biggest advantage over the world average comes from price competitiveness and natural and cultural resources. According to the report, S. Asia ranks low on infrastructure and tourism services infrastructure, which lacks development services, represents the greatest relative disadvantage.

Low ICT readiness, international openness, safety and security, health and hygiene are other major weaknesses. However, S. Asia has also experienced one of the fastest pace of improvement since the last edition of the report, including the largest subregional percentage increase in ICT readiness scores.

The Supreme Court announced on Monday

The additional support spokesman, Punjab Chadries Faisal Hussein, said local governments have deposited 425 million rupees in water conservation accounts on behalf of other companies for the use of underground water resources. The SC bench, led by Judge Umar Ata Bandial, is said to have credited Rs2.7m to Balochistan's water conservation account. However, the governments of Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have not yet provided funds to their accounts.

The Apex court filed the Sumomoto case without claiming quality and stamina for human consumption, as well as numerous review petitions for the sale of bottled water extracted from underground sources and the order of water consumption. Sindh, KP Government has not yet provided money on behalf of companies using groundwater. In the June 10 ruling, the court ordered beverage and bottle companies to pay at least 20% of the bills they received for the use of water according to the initial imposition of Rs1 per liter of extracted surface water.

This is about Sind's interest,' Judge Van Dys regretted. He asked Sind Salman Talibudin, the spokesman for his influence in mobilizing the department, and observed that Sind's market was huge but more illegal than in other regions. However, Sindh AG took two weeks to get updated information after meeting with the relevant departments.

The courts disseminated a draft law developed by the federal government in each state and convened relevant department meetings for appropriate legislation on water conservation and water use discontinuity. Wasa-Punjab Managing Director Syed Zahid Aziz provided a report to the vertex court, highlighting how administrative orders were issued to execute the installation of push-button faucets in all public and commercial buildings for water conservation.

The report explained

The report explained that aeration / mist nozzle installation could be considered a good option as an alternative to save 30% of the water used in public and commercial buildings, since the push button faucet was not manufactured locally. However, Wasase Lahore worked with the leading manufacturers of sanitary equipment to begin the manufacture of pushbutton faucets and aerator / mist nozzles, according to the instructions previously released by the Apex court. For five-star hotels, sensor-controlled faucets should be adopted as an alternative, the report said.

But bench member Judge Ijaz-ul-Ahsan asked the Punjab government to involve engineering universities to find indigenous but innovative and viable solutions with the country's ultimate benefits in the long run. Regarding water recycling, the report explained that water used for ablation in temples and shrines is a potential area for water reuse by applying simple and cost-effective methods. As a result, Wasa identified 68 temples adjacent to the park in Lahore.

At the Nimra mosque in Johar Town, a model was prepared and installed, where the water used for the bath gathers in an underground tank. And water pumps and sprinklers are used to irrigate the park adjacent to the mosque. Thus, 2,500 gallons of groundwater are being saved per day, the report stressed. Similarly, Lahore, a park and gardening authority, is currently replicating this model into 58 mosques adjacent to the park, while work on 50 mosques has been completed and is in operation.

The Lahore Cantonment Board

The Walton Cantonment Board, and the Defense Housing Authority are also replicating models by identifying employees adjacent to the park in their jurisdiction. In addition, private and cooperative housing associations will follow the Wasa model for water reuse in green areas adjacent to parks or temples. The Water Darbar mosque's water reuse plan has been approved and funded for the 2019-20 annual development program.

Wasa Lahore disconnected the water supply installed in the car wash because the wasteful use of drinking water stressed the city's groundwater resources, according to the report, car wash owners should install shallow. Ejectors pump in the upper aquifer, which can not be drunk.
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