Lahore, March 09, 2023 (PPI-OT):
As per directions of Inspector General Police Punjab special measures are being taken for brave martyrs of the Punjab Police who embraced martyrdom fighting against terrorists and anti-social elements and dutiful Ghazis who got injured in these incidents. In this regard, program of honouring martyrs of the Punjab Police with gold medals and silver medals for the Ghazis has also started.
According to the details, a special ceremony was held in honor of the brave martyrs and Ghazis of Lahore Police at the Central Police Office, in which the family members of the martyrs and Ghazis were awarded with special medals. Widows, parents and other heirs of martyrs of the police including Sub-Inspectors Waris Ali and Manzoor Ahmed, Constables Syed Adil Hussain, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Qaiser, Muhammad Imran, Muhammad Ashraf, Mohsin Ali, Tanveer Hussain, Azam Seemab Muhammad Asif, Rahmat Ali, Abdul Majeed. , Muhammad Asif, Muhammad Rashid Ali, Muhammad Asghar, Iftikhar Ahmed, Shabbir Ahmed, Muhammad Amin and Muhammad Sarwar were given gold medals while Ghazi Constables Mohsin Ali, Waqar Barkat, Jawad Hussain, Ejaz Ashraf, Muhammad Nawaz, Hamis Ali, Mansoor Ilyas, Tahir Mehmood, Amir Niyamat, Hasnain Bashir, Muhammad Usman, Muhammad Ramzan, Hamid Mukhtar, Asrar Ahmed, Javed Iqbal, Sohail Ahmed, Muhammad Akram, Saifullah, Babar Hayat and Muhammad Iqbal were awarded silver medals.
IG Punjab praised the bravery and unparalleled services of all the martyrs and ghazis and said that martyrs and ghazis of Punjab police have secured the future of the nation with their lives and blood, these brave soldiers are the heroes of the entire nation and Punjab Police will never forget the eternal services of these brave martyrs and ghazis.
Dr. Usman Anwar said that the priority measures will continue to increase the honor and respect of the families of the martyrs and to rehabilitate the ghazis and solve the problems. For the welfare of the Ghazis, every facility of treatment is being provided as per their wish.
Moreover, they are also being given preference with respect to transfer posting of their own choice. The families of the martyrs and the Ghazis thanked the IG Punjab for this special honor given by the department.
Additionally, trainee officers enrolled in the 36th Mid-Career Management Course made a study visit to the Central Police Office. The delegation from National Institute of Management Islamabad included 16 officers, including three women.
The officers under training were briefed about crime control, public service delivery and police force welfare measures. IG Punjab Dr. Usman Anwar spoke to the participants of the course and said that the Punjab Police has upgraded its working system with the effective use of modern technology to further improve the protection of life and property of the citizens, crime control and service delivery, while at the same time using available resources to raise the morale of the force.
There have been several reforms in welfare affairs, which have directly resulted in improvement in their performance. IG Punjab said that for the convenience of the citizens and for prompt redressal of their complaints, 1787 Complaint Center has been activated seven days a week to ensure prompt registration of cases.
There has been considerable improvement in redressal of grievances of citizens. Dr. Usman Anwar said that protection centers have been activated for transgenders, homeless children and special people suffering from mental disabilities and problems, who deserve social attention and support, while crackdown and combing operations are being conducted across the province to arrest proclaimed offenders involved in serious crimes.
Similarly, the absconders abroad are being arrested and brought back to Pakistan with the help of Interpol. DIG Operations Punjab gave a briefing about crime control and welfare projects of the force under the direction of IG Punjab.
DIG IT Ahsan Younis informed about various programs and reforms of information technology. IG Punjab also answered the questions asked about public service delivery, administrative affairs and public issues. The under-training officers were given a tour of various floors and offices of the Central Police Office.
At the end of the visit, commemorative souvenirs were exchanged between IG Punjab and the head of the delegation. Additional IG Logistics Raja Riffat, DIG Operations Waqas Nazir, DIG IT Ahsan Younis, AIG Admin Ammara Athar and AIG Training Faisal Mukhtar and other officers were also present on this occasion.
For more information, contact:
Punjab Police Computer Bureau,
5th Floor, Central Police Office (CPO),
Tel: +92-42-99213019, +92-42-99213013