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KARACHI -- Secretary Information Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Sindh Mohammad Aslam Abro has said that a written complaint against alleged rigging in the first and second phases of Local Government Election-2015 has formally been submitted to the Provincial Election Commission (PEC) Sindh.
NHS guidelines say that complaints should be resolved within four to six weeks of receiving written complaint - although the national time limit for resolving complaints is six months.
When Nuzhat argued that she was present in the office, Rasheed picked up a file and threw it on the face of the former, who has lodged a written complaint with the NAB DG about the incident.
Patna: A grade nine student has filed a written complaint against her father for forcing her to give up studies.
When Bharat approached the employees at the Airtel showroom with a written complaint, the latter denied to receive it.
However, Nazar Muhammad Samimi, spokesman for the education department, said they had not received any single written complaint supporting the students' claim.
The constituent, Jonathan G Morgan, said in a written complaint to Dame Rosemary that Mr Ramsay's contribution was "slurred, incoherent and insolent" and that he had been "very clearly inebriated".
Police said without a written complaint they could not have withheld a military firearm later used to kill a woman before the perpetrator, her estranged husband, took his own life in Limassol on Monday evening.
Published on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 10:32 PNN Palestine News Network (PNN) files a written complaint to the administrative council of the Palestinian Journalist's Syndicate against the PLO Secretary-General Yasser Abed Rabbo on Tuesday.
It is understood he has since made a written complaint.
Following a formal written complaint made by myself, after I was subjected to unprovoked verbal abuse by a senior nurse in hospital, I received a signed letter of apology.
In the written complaint filed with the Fukushima District Public Prosecutors Office, the accusers said the 33, also including former TEPCO president Masataka Shimizu and Nuclear Safety Commission chief Haruki Madarame, neglected to take disaster countermeasures, despite the frequency of earthquakes in Japan and indications by experts of the possibility of tsunami.