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darogha

(dɑːˈrəʊɡɑː)
(in India and Pakistan) n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a manager
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) an inspector
[Urdu]
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While airing his statement on electronic media Shahbaz Gill told that Shaikh Rohail Asghar has encroached public land situated in Darogha wala Lahore and its market value is more than Rs one billion and 30 million .
Farm A was located at Darogha wala Road having 55 lactating cows out of total 100 FxS crossbred cows.
Samhan Ghazi, who does the character of Darogha, is also quite remarkable.
In Lahore, TLP chief Khadim Hussain Rizvi was leading the main protest demonstration at Lahore's Charing Cross in front of Punjab Assembly building while Multan Road, Manga Mandi, Cungi Amar Sidhu, Darogha Wala Chowkw were also blocked to register their protest.
If a Darogha qualifies DAE during his service he would be eligible for promotion against a quota.
Senior Minister for Finance and Irrigation Syed Murad Ali Shah said that under the present arrangement 'Daroghas' have no quota in promotion to positions of sub-engineer.
Javed Khan, the darogha [police chief] of the Mughal court during the reign of Mohammad Shah Rangeela, had risen rapidly through the ranks after Rangeela died in 1748 and was succeeded by his pleasure-loving son Ahmad Shah Bahadur.
He was also informed that injustice was also made with the local people from Jamshoro, Dadu, Matiari and Tando Jam by the Executive Engineer Kotri Barrage in appointment of Darogha, Beldar and other posts.
While addressing a press conference here Saturday, he informed that the areas of Darogha and Tehsil Ladha have been declared as conflicted areas and the provincial Government was establishing District Response Units in the Mehsud Tribal areas of Waziristan Agency.
Legally speaking Lahore was under Mughal rule, at least until the 13th of April, 1752, when the Mughal emperor, ironically also named Ahmed Shah, under the influence of his handsome Irani eunuch 'darogha' Javed Khan, had in a treaty signed away sovereign power over Lahore from the Mughal Empire to the ruler of Kabul.
In an identical matter, the bench handed over three daroghas (low-ranked officials of irrigation department) to police for remanding them to judicial custody over complaints of growers of Nara Canal area.
Syed Qaim Ali Shah took serious notice of non-working of beldars, and daroghas and directed that those who are reluctant to perform duties be removed immediately.