Sports

Rasm-e-Qul

Rasm-e-Qul

LAHORE: The Rasm-e-Qul of Secretary Sports Punjab Adnan Arshad Aulakh’s father Ch Arshad Hussain Aulakh was offered in 222-GB Kohala Pind, Gojra Road, Samundri on Sunday. Hundreds of people including leading political, sports, religious and social figures attended the Rasm-e-Qul ceremony of Ch Arshad Hussain Aulakh.

Those who attended the funeral prayer include Punjab Minister for Excise Hafiz Mumtaz, former MNA Zahid Nazir, ex-MPA Arif Gill, Deputy Commissioner Faisalabad M Ali, Assistant Commissioner Samundri Faisal Sultan, Director IB Tahir Ijaz, Divisional Sports Officer Sargodha Manzar Shah Fareed, Divisional Sports Officer Rawalpindi Malik Waqar, Divisional Sports Officer Sahiwal Akbar Murad, DSO Lahore Tanveer Shah, DSO Faisalabad Rana Hamad, top officials M Ameen, Nasir and Tallat.

Article source: https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/581164-rasm-e-qul

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Sports

Rasm-e-Qul

Rasm-e-Qul

LAHORE: The Rasm-e-Qul of Secretary Sports Punjab Adnan Arshad Aulakh’s father Ch Arshad Hussain Aulakh was offered in 222-GB Kohala Pind, Gojra Road, Samundri on Sunday. Hundreds of people including leading political, sports, religious and social figures attended the Rasm-e-Qul ceremony of Ch Arshad Hussain Aulakh.

Those who attended the funeral prayer include Punjab Minister for Excise Hafiz Mumtaz, former MNA Zahid Nazir, ex-MPA Arif Gill, Deputy Commissioner Faisalabad M Ali, Assistant Commissioner Samundri Faisal Sultan, Director IB Tahir Ijaz, Divisional Sports Officer Sargodha Manzar Shah Fareed, Divisional Sports Officer Rawalpindi Malik Waqar, Divisional Sports Officer Sahiwal Akbar Murad, DSO Lahore Tanveer Shah, DSO Faisalabad Rana Hamad, top officials M Ameen, Nasir and Tallat.

Article source: https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/581164-rasm-e-qul

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