Islamabad: Islamabad police made absolute best safety preparations on the eve of Eidul Azha in capital and the officers in addition to Jawans of the Islamabad Police, Pak Rangers and Frontier Constabulary carried out their duties with dedication and dedication as a way to guarantee safety to the lives and property of the residents.
It was said by Inspector Common of Police (IGP) Islamabad Muhammad Khalid Khattak whereas expressing his views on the general efficiency of Islamabad Police on eve of Eidul Azha in the course of the Massive Meal organized for the policemen at Police Line Headquarters.
DIG (Operations) Islamabad Mir Vais Niaz, SSP Headquarter Muhammad Bin Ashraf, SP ARU Malik Tahir Mehmood and different cops and officers have been additionally current on the event.Following the instructions of Inspector Common of Police Islamabad Muhammad Khalid Khattak efficient patrolling was made within the metropolis in an effort to keep away from any untoward incident on this event and the cops, with a view to spice up the morale of their jawans, remained current with them on the police pickets.
The IGP Muhammad Khalid Khattak stated that moments of Eid are very essential for many who are distant from their close to and pricey ones at this cheerful event. ”I can really feel that it is rather troublesome for policemen to stay away from their youngsters, mother and father, brothers, sisters and family members at this glad event. Nevertheless, it’s in our obligation to guard the nation and serve the individuals. For the integrity of the nation and safety to the lives and property of the residents, our policemen can sacrifice all the things,” he maintained.
The IGP was advised that groups of ATS Commandos carried out duties at essential locations whereas particular deployment was ensured at Faisal Masjid. As many as 2500 policemen carried out safety duties in the course of the Eid holidays and police groups led by Station Home Officers ensured steady patrolling in numerous sectors and areas apart from recovering looted gadgets, wine and weapons from felony parts.
SSP Malik Matloob Ahmad met with cops and jawans after Eid prayer. He additionally lauded the vigilance of officers and jawans of Islamabad police on this special day. He mingled with policemen and prolonged Eid greetings to the obligation officers and jawans. He hoped the same efficiency from them in future and continuity of efficient preparations to make sure safety to the lives and property of the residents.
The SSP monitored general complete safety preparations and efficient patrolling measures within the metropolis. Combing and search operation was carried out in numerous areas whereas further power was deputed at police pickets for sustaining excessive vigilance.
Policemen carried out particular vigilance at entry and exit factors of the town whereas bomb disposal squad additionally carried out checking in numerous areas. Further deployment was additionally made at numerous parks together with Lake View Park, Chathar park, Daman-e-Koh. Pir Sohawa,Fatima Jinnah park and Centaurus Mall, SSP said.
Efficient coordination was made amongst all wings of Islamabad police and knowledge sharing was additionally ensured as part of policing measures.As an encouragement and increase morale of the policemen performing their duties on Eid, the SSP visited numerous police stations and pickets to say Eid Greetings to them. The SPs of varied zones additionally visited police stations of their respective areas and spent their time on Eid with policemen. Islamabad Visitors Police (ITP) cops carried out duties at numerous locations together with worship locations, parks and necessary boulevards.
They inquired concerning the issues of the deployed cops and issued instructions for resolving them at earliest foundation. Following the slogan of pleasant policing, policemen prolonged Eid greetings to the residents on the police pickets and ensured strict checking with none inconvenience to the residents.
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