Chapter No. 1

Q1.Tick the most appropriate option: (20)
1 Double entry system means,
  a) The recording of same things b) Double accounting c) The two sides of every transaction records d) Entry at two dates
2 Under single entry system sometimes,
  a) Double aspect of transaction are recorded b) single aspect of transaction recorded c) No aspect of transaction recorded d) All of above

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Largest Iron Ore found in Chiniot

Bilawal reaches out to Chiniot’s flood-hit areas

CHINIOT/LAHORE: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zaradri on Thursday visited the flood-hit areas of Chiniot district, announcing launch of a party campaign for rehabilitation of the affected people in his first fully-fledged public appearance in Punjab.

Arriving at Chiniot by a helicopter, young Bhutto waded through knee-deep waters to reach the affected people and distributed relief goods among them.

He told those devastated by floodwaters he had come to share their sufferings.

“The PPP will launch a drive for rehabilitation of the affected people,” he said on the occasion.

Announces rehabilitation drive; orders Rs50m tents for affected people

He also visited Rajoa Sadat village of the PPP’s former MPA Hassan Murtaza and spoke to the party workers waiting there for their leader who was making his first public appearance in Punjab. He urged the party workers to help the flood victims by all means.

“It is the mission of Z.A. Bhutto and my Shaheed mother Benazir Bhutto to help the people in crisis,” he said.

Bilawal was accompanied by senior PPP leaders including Raja Pervez Ashraf, Syed Khurshid Shah, Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo, Qamar Zaman Kaira, Sherry Rehman and Raja Riaz.

Later, he flew to his Lahore residence — Bilawal House — and hosted a dinner for the party leaders and office-bearers.

All district presidents, heads of different wings, former ministers from Punjab and former provincial presidents of the party were invited to the Bilawal House.

The PPP Youth Wing’s request to the party chairman to address the workers at the Bilawal House could not be entertained.

A PPP leader told Dawn that the Punjab government had provided security to Mr Bilawal for his visits to Chiniot and Lahore.

He said the party chairman would leave for Multan on Friday (today) to meet flood-affected people there.

The PPP had already dispatched 30 truckloads of relief goods for the flood-hit in Punjab.

Party’s Punjab president Manzoor Wattoo said total 500 trucks of relief goods would be sent to Punjab to meet the immediate needs of the people hit by floods.

Mr Bilawal has also ordered immediate purchase of tents worth Rs50 million to meet the temporary residential needs of the affected people.

Published in Dawn, September 19th, 2014

PM orders to declare Chiniot calamity-hit area

BHAWANA/CHINIOT – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said that the government would not rest until all flood-hit families are rehabilitated and get due compensation for their losses.


Addressing a public gathering in Chiniot, the prime minister said that the affected families would be compensated for the losses of their houses, crops as well as livestock in the flash floods. “I assure you that the government will put in all out effort in this noble cause and will go side by side of you,” he remarked. Nawaz said that he had reached there to sympathize with the flood-hit families in the hour of distress, help mitigate their sufferings and also examine the relief efforts.


“The Punjab government as well as the federal government will support you until you are completely rehabilitated.” he assured the gathering. He said that the government was entrusted by the public money that would be spent only for public welfare adding that in case any flood-hit family does not get its due compensation, both Nawaz Sharif and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif would ensure provision of its right. He also ordered to declare the area as calamity-hit and provide all due concessions to the residents entitled to them.


Earlier, the prime minister was briefed about the flood situation in the area and the losses incurred by the natural disaster. Addressing a public gathering in Sargodha, the prime minister said that the people of this constituency were very dear to him as they had also elected him in the elections. He said that the Punjab chief minister was also visiting all flood-hit areas to sympathize with the affected population and examine relief efforts.


He assured maximum government support to the flood affectees. He said the government would soon start work on rehabilitation of infrastructure including roads and prayed that the country gets deliverance from these difficulties. The prime minister committed to visit the area again to examine the disbursement of compensation amount and efforts to rehabilitate the area.


I am your servant – CM Shahbaz Sharif

Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has paid a visit to the flood-hit Chiniot. Talking to the media on this occasion, CM Punjab said that the government will not leave the people of Punjab alone in this hour of crisis. He said that flood affectees will be given every kind of assistance. 


Source : Dunya News



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In Chiniot: Decades later, no sign of education at crumbling ‘school’

Copy from DAWN.Com

CHINIOT: A school building in Muhammadwala village of Tehsil Lalian is one of many examples of Education Department’s neglect and indifference towards its infrastructure and how it is abandoned only to be grabbed illegally later.

The two-kanal school building was constructed in 1992-93 on the land owned by one Zafar Iqbal. However, classes have not been started even after 22 years and the building has been abandoned by the department.

Due to lack of maintenance, cracks have developed in its walls, roofs and floors. It has now turned into an animal pen and store for some people. But neither the department nor the government seems interested in making the school functional.

Finally, land owner Iqbal lodged a case in the court of Senior Civil Judge Dildar Shah against the Education Department and the district government for the recovery of his land. He pleaded some government officials along with contractors had come to the land in 1992-93 and started construction without getting the land transferred.

He claimed he had been verbally told by the officials, whom he could not identify now, he would be paid once the building was completed. But even after two decades he had not been paid. He pleaded the court to direct the officials to return his land to him.

The judge directed the Education Department to resolve the problem.

The department checked its record but found nothing regarding the building. Both deputy district education officers, Ghulam Shabbir and Memoona Jabeen, claimed the school building had neither been handed over to them nor had any classes started.

At this, the Education Department wrote to the Buildings Department, which is responsible for the construction of government buildings, to check their records. Interestingly, building departments of both Chiniot and Jhang districts said they found no record of the construction.

If the department mandated to construct buildings for all government sections did not have any record, who constructed the school building?

An inquiry into the matter was ordered to District Education Officer Wasima Zahid who visited the site, interviewed locals and submitted a report that the entire village could have swept away during the floods of 1950 and the building constructed after that for a school but not utilised.

Land records with the Revenue Department showed the piece of land was still owned by Zafar Iqbal and yet to be transferred to the Education Department.

Keeping in view the situation, the Education Department decided to sell building material and return the land to its owner. But the Buildings Department estimated auction price for the material at Rs177,300. The auction was attempted thrice and it only attracted Rs75,000, Rs75,500 and Rs80,000, which was less than the official value of the material.

The Education Department asked the local audit fund director if it could sell the material for less than the estimated price. They were told that under the new local government system, the district coordination officer was empowered to approve such rates.

There are a number of such buildings that had been constructed for schools but the Education Department never owned them on the pretext that they were not “handed over” to them.

Punjab Teachers Union District President Safdar Kalru claimed there were dozens of schools whose land had been donated verbally by landlords and their transfers not documented with the Revenue Department. If this land was returned, it would set a precedent for others who could claim their pieces of land that now valued at millions.

He criticised ad hoc policies and political considerations in construction of buildings without need assessment and completion of formalities.

Executive District Officer (Education) Mansha Mew said he had recently taken over charge and sought reports regarding all such buildings. He said a school building must only be used for education purposes and that he would ensure all schools carried ownership documents of their lands.

Citizens demanded Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif save the school building from being sold and provide it as an additional campus to existing primary schools after completion of formalities.

Malik Siddiq, an educationist and a retired senior headmaster, suggested a Building Management Information System be devised to mark every building or block of all government buildings, unique codes assigned to them so that redundant buildings become part of database and all official buildings must produce ownership slips to avoid litigation.

Land owner Iqbal said he had demanded back his property whose market value was now Rs2 million. He demanded either the land be returned or its market price paid to him.

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