FLORIDA: Police has arrested 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz who is believed to have entered a high school here yesterday (14th of Feb.) armed with an AR-15 rifle and a number of magazines and killed 17 children and adults.
Cruz, who was expelled for disciplinary reasons from the school (and was receiving treatment for mental health issues) was arrested at the scene of crime and is presently being questioned.
According to details after the assault twelve people were found dead inside the school, two were killed outside the building, one in the street while two later succumbed to injuries during treatment at a medical facility.
Out of fifteen injured hospitalized five are in a life-threatening condition.
Cynics go haywire wondering while buying a gun is so easy in USA how could the Government control such incidents that occur incessantly.
While Trump took to the twitter to condole to the families of the victims, many retweeted warning that such shooting would continue until assault rifles were outlawed and background checks were carried out before selling weapons.
Just spoke to Governor Rick Scott. We are working closely with law enforcement on the terrible Florida school shooting.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 14, 2018
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CJP takes suo moto notice of murder of mother, daughter in Jahania
ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar Sunday taken Suo Moto notice of alleged murder of mother and daughter in Jahania.
The notice was taken on footage viral on social media that women were allegedly murdered by their opponents when they (mother and daughter) were returning after attending the court. Taking notice of the issue, the Chief Justice has directed IGP Punjab to submit a report within three days.
SC summons health minister: ventilators
LAHORE: The Supreme Court on Saturday summoned Punjab Health Minister Dr. Yasmin Rashid, MD Punjab Procurement Regulatory Authority Shahid Hussain and others for Dec 22 to sort out problems being faced in the purchase of ventilators for government hospitals.
The bench headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar passed the orders while hearing a suo moto notice regarding government hospitals conditions.
During the proceedings, the provincial health department officials apprised that ventilators could not be purchased for government hospitals due to various technical problems in the purchase process.
At this, the bench observed that it was an important equipment but despite passage of one-year period, it could not be purchased. The bench adjourning further hearing till December 22 summoned provincial health minister, MD PPRA and others for resolving problems being faced in the process.
The health officials also apprised the court about various steps taken to improve the conditions of the hospitals.
Meanwhile, the bench observed that civil courts would decide the claims of property retrieved from the land grabber Mansha Ali Khokhar, alias Mansha Bomb while hearing a suo moto case regarding encroachments by him.
Earlier, the court was apprised that 15 claimants had approached for land retrieved from Mansha Bomb.
Moreover, the bench adjourned the hearing of United Christian Hospital revival case till Dec 22.
Dr. Jawwad Sajid, a member of the committee formed for the revival of the hospital, apprised the bench about various developments in this regard.
1,54,458 FIRs computerized in province
PESHAWAR: The digitization FIRs is in full swing and so far 1,54,458 FIRs have been computerized throughout the province during the current year.
The spokesperson today said that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police has prepared a central database for the record of all police stations FIRs.
Direct access to the FIR is via data of a concerned person i.e CNIC mobile phone and house address. According to detail Peshawar district police showed excellence performance during the current year by digitizing 28,520 FIRs followed by Mardan of 18,185 FIRs, Charsadda 7,525, Nowshera 4,484, Swabi 6,699, Swat 14,608 Buner 9,324, Shangla 3,638, Dir Lower 6,808, Dir Upper 2,760, Chitral 3,073, Abbottabad 7,478, Haripur 4,731, Mansehra 4,581, Battagram 582, Kohistan Lower 432, Kohistan Upper 503, Torghar 156, Kohat 6,882, Hangu 2,687, Karak 3,102, Bannu 70,23, Lakki Marwat 2,940, DIKhan 6,358 and Tank 1,379.
All records of the criminal have been centralized with the online computer record and access to all policed stations of the province effective and result oriented action is being taken against the outlaws instantly.
Now the accused cannot evade from the police action. Complete file record against the accused is available in this computerized system. All police action and court proceeding in the case are being registered in the online system.
After registration of FIR in any police station, one copy is sent to the computer cell for digitization.