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Nushki: Abdul Majeed Mangal, father of 54 children, died of

 Nushki: Abdul Majeed Mengal, father of 54 children died of a heart attack Abdul Majeed Mengal, father of 54 children from Nushki district of Balochistan died of cardiac arrest. According to Urdu News Correspondent Zainuddin from Quetta, Abdul Majeed Mengal died last night due to cardiac arrest.

Nushki: Abdul Majeed Mangal, father of 54 children, died of
Nushki: Abdul Majeed Mangal, father of 54 children, died of 

75-year-old Abdul Majeed Mengal had six marriages out of which two wives died in his lifetime.54 boys and girls were born in the house of Abdul Majeed Mengal. More than 12 of their children died due to a lack of food.

Majeed Mengal was laid to rest at Kalimengal graveyard on Wednesday. Abdul Majeed Mengal came to prominence during the 2017 census. Abdul Majeed Mengal drove a truck all his life. In an interview, he said that he always worked hard to support his children and give them a good education. Abdul Majid got married for the first time at the age of 18. Mengal has four surviving wives two died in his lifetime.

Balochistan: Four miners died in a coal mine accident in Harnai, search for two is on

Balochistan: Four miners were killed in an accident in a coal mine in Harnai, and the search for two is going on. Chief Inspector Mines Balochistan Abdul Ghani told Urdu News that the accident took place on Saturday morning in a coal mine in the Tara Tangi area of Shahrig Tehsil of Harnai.

He attributed the accident to the presence of methane gas in the mine and said that due to the gas explosion, a part of the mine collapsed and six miners have trapped hundreds of feet deep. Nushki


According to Chief Inspector Mines, the rescue operation is going on to evacuate the miners - teams of Mines Inspectorate from Shahrig and Quetta are engaged in rescue work.
He said that the rescue team has reached the affected part of the mine through an alternative route used for oxygen and they have recovered two bodies while two more miners have been confirmed dead whose bodies have also been recovered till tonight. will be removed.
He said that the search is on for the remaining two trapped miners.
Abdul Ghani said that the affected miners belong to the Swat, Shangla, and Dir districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
According to Chief Inspector Mines, after completing the rescue operation, the affected mine will be sealed and the investigation will be started. The miners killed and injured in the accident were identified as Sarfraz Ahmed son of Juma Khan, resident of Shangla district, Ghaniur Rehman son of Shadi Khan,

resident of Dir, Bacha Khalid son of Muhammad Zaman, resident of Swat, Rahmanullah, resident of Dir, Najeeb, resident of Dir district. , and was born in the name of Gul Sakin Swat. According to the Human Rights Commission, 175 miners were killed in coal mine accidents in Balochistan last year. Recently, the Human Rights Commission expressed its concern over the continuous human rights violations in the coal mines of Balochistan and inadequate safety measures for the miners.

Habib Tahir Advocate, Vice Chairman of the Human Rights Commission, demanded the government to make the mining industry so that mine owners and contractors who do not take adequate safety measures can be held accountable under the Mines Act 1923-24

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