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Add IG South Punjab Chairs Maiden Meeting of Multan Region Police


MULTAN– Additional Inspector General South Punjab Inam Ghani spent a very busy day and kept briefing various police departments and security agencies. In this regard, Additional IG South chaired a high level meeting at the Regional Police OfficE Regarding law and order.

Regional Police Officer Waseem Ahmed Khan, CPO Hassan Raza, Commandant Police Training College Gohar Mushtaq Bhatta, SSP RIB Mohammad Masoom and DPO Khanewal Mohammad Ali Waseem also attended the meeting.

Addressing the meeting, Additional IG South Punjab, Inam Ghani, said that maintaining law and order in South Punjab is a priority. Instead of sitting in the office and sending mails, he will conduct self-inspection of each district for the improvement of police system and service delivery and formulate his strategy by taking feedback from the public on the performance of police.

Ghani further said that Chief Minister Punjab and orders of IG Punjab, a sub-office will also be set up for the people of Bahawalpur where they will carry out full administrative matters like Multan. Additional IG South Punjab said that the people of Multan, Bahawalpur and Dera Ghazi Khan will be provided justice at their doorstep.

The entire team is fully prepared to complete the task and will provide full cooperation and resources to RPOs and DPOs in this regard. He said that complaints related to police in South Punjab are received at the police station level which will be redressed.

An effective monitoring system is being defined for the occupation mafia in South Punjab All district police chiefs should take special steps to eradicate false cases. Inam Ghani said that sincere steps are being taken by the government to provide sub-secretariat to the people of the region. With the establishment of police headquarters in South Punjab, a new police system has been launched.

Giving a briefing in the meeting, Regional Police Officer Waseem Ahmad Khan said that operation against criminals was underway in the region and the crime graph had come down significantly. Crime and minor incidents are also being registered at the police station level so that 100% registration of cases is possible so that accurate crime statistics can be revealed and in this light the police can formulate an effective strategy.

Later in the meetings AIG South Punjab was given detailed briefing on the performance across the region.— HANDOUT