21 lady security guards complete two-week course from SSU


As many as 21 lady security guards of Karachi Port Trust (KPT) successfully completed their two weeks ‘Security Awareness and Weapon Safety Course’ from Special Security Unit (SSU).

A team of professional instructors of SSU trained the lady security guards. The training module included mock exercises against terrorists, building search, weapon handling and shooting, self-defense, martial arts, parade and close quarter combat.

DIG Security & Emergency Services Division Dr. Maqsood Ahmed presided a meeting at SSU Conference Hall on Tuesday. Chairman Karachi Port Trust Nadir Mumtaz, General Manager Operations Rear Admiral Zubair Shafique, Commandant Port Security Force Imran Rashid Khan, Commandant SSU Zeeshan Shafique Siddiqui, SP SSU Erum Awan and senior officers and personnel of Port Security Force were in attendance.

DIG Security Dr. Maqsood Ahmed congratulated the passed-out lady security guards. He said that the tactical training provided to them will play an effective role in their field operations.

Chairman Karachi Port Trust Nadir Mumtaz extended his gratitude to the SSU’s administration for providing training to the lady security guards of KPT. He told that witnessing the professional standard of Lady Commandos of SSU, he decided to train lady guards of KPT from SSU.

The Chairman Karachi Port Trust distributed certificates among the successful passed out lady security guards of KPT.

Upon arrival at SSU Headquarters, Chairman Karachi Port Trust Nadir Mumtaz, General Manager Operation Rear Admiral Zubair Shafique and Commandant Port Security Force Mr. Imran Rashid Khan were presented guard of honor. Later, the guests visited different sections of SSU and applauded the progress of the commandos in the field of counter-terrorism.

DIG Security Dr. Maqsood Ahmed and Chairman KPT exchanged honorary shields with each other.

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