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    Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar reached Chitral on private visit

    By Zahiruddin


    CHITRAL: The chief justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar who had reached Chitral on a three-day private visit with his family last night, could not visit Golen valley  and a number of historical places scheduled for Thursday due to his illness.


    The visit of the famous Shandur Lake situated on the border of Chitral and Gilgit-Baltistan at an altitude of 10230 feet above sea level and 150 kms from here on the second day and  Kalash valley Bumburate was on were on his roster for the second and third day of his visit.


    A physician visiting the chief justice of Pakistan in Chitral Scouts’s officer mess told Dawn that he was suffering from fever due to chest infection and was not able to carry on his visit and travel to the distant places of Shandur and Bumburate valley.


    He said that the health condition of the top judge was convalescing but he was not in a position to travel long distance by road and he had advised him to travel back to Islamabad by plane which was available on Friday.


    The DHQ hospital had been cleaned thoroughly anticipating his surprise visit to the hospital and such was the condition of different public places which had been cleaned.


    On Thursday, he was to visit Chitral Museum, Shahi Qala and mosque and Shaheed Osama Park where he was to plant a sapling.


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