Lahore, May 25, 2023 (PPI-OT): On the instructions of Inspector General Police Punjab Dr. Usman Anwar, a helpline has been started for the treatment of special children of police employees. DIG Welfare Ghazi Salahuddin said that the calls and messages received on contact number 8016146-0327 of Punjab Police Welfare Branch would be recorded and immediate follow-up would be taken. He said in a message to the heads of units, DPOs, police force that for any guidance in the treatment of special children of police employees, the employees and their families can contact directly at Helpline every Friday from 3 pm to 5 pm.
DIG Welfare Ghazi Salahuddin further said that the process of registration, health screening, diagnosis of diseases of special children of police employees in all districts has been completed and the process of health therapy and treatment of special children is underway. Ghazi Salahuddin said that the Punjab Police is ensuring the release of funds from the welfare fund to pay for the medical expenses.
DIG Welfare Ghazi Salahuddin directed that all district police offices should pay the bills of children's treatment and medicines to the parents in time and if more money is required for bill payments then their cases should be sent for medical financial assistance from Punjab police welfare fund.
DIG Welfare said that if modern equipment, prosthetic limbs or surgery etc. are required for the treatment of children, parents should immediately submit their request to the concerned district welfare branch, while all the district heads should upload the documents of special treatment cases of children in the welfare software for timely submission so as to ensure immediate payment of treatment money to the families or concerned institutions from where the treatment is to be done. DIG Welfare Ghazi Salahuddin said that priority measures would continue for the treatment of special children of police employees.
For more information, contact:
Punjab Police Computer Bureau,
5th Floor, Central Police Office (CPO),
Tel: +92-42-99213019, +92-42-99213013