Cops warned of strict action over delay in registration of FIRs


Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Lahore DIG Bilal Siddique Kamyana has warned the concerned police office to initiate strict action against them in case of any unnecessary delay in registration of FIRs and failing in to ensure immediate response and help to the citizens in any emergency situation.

Security of the Chinese installations and residences has been made more stringent to improve safety mechanism. Data of old enmity cases must be updated so as to initiate preventive measures to avoid any further possible loss of lives by engaging the two sides in negotiations. Bilal Siddique Kamyana was presiding over a high level meeting of the senior officers at Capital City Police headquarters.

DIG Operations Capt(R) Muhammad Suhail Chaudhary, DIG Investigation Kamran Adil, SSP Investigation/Operations Imran Kishwar and other related officers attended the meeting. CCPO Bilal Siddique Kamyana reviewed in detail, the overall law and order situation as well as performance of all the units of Lahore police.

The CCPO Lahore directed the police officers to enhance and improve mutual coordination and flow of information among different wings and units for better service delivery.

Bilal Siddique Kamyana further directed to continue strict crackdown against drug dealers, gamblers, goons, Kalashnikov culture as well as kite flying to make provincial capital peaceful and crime free city.

He directed SPs and SDPOs and In charges Investigation to improve their supervisory role by enhancing challaning ratio in different cases giving priority to women and children molestation and murder cases to ensure justice to the victims.

The CCPO Lahore further directed police officers to revamp patrolling mechanism and focus on crime hotspots, remote village areas as well as suburbs of the city.

Combing and intelligence based search and sweep operations at sensitive establishments, residential areas, hotels, hostels, bus terminals, railway stations and other important places as well as checking of citizens including tenants and private employees with the help of Hotel Eye, Travel Eye, Electronic Police Softwares and other latest applications and gadgets would continue in the city to free the city from habitual criminals and proclaimed offenders, Bilal Siddique Kamyana concluded.