CPO holds Khuli Kutcheri to address public issues

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City Police Officer (CPO) Rawalpindi Syed Shehzad Nadeem Bukhari under the Punjab government’s open door policy held a Khuli Kutcheri in Police Lines Headquarters to address the complaints of the peopleon Monday.

According to a Police spokesman, the CPO issued directives to the officers concerned to take action and submit detailed reports on the complaints submitted by the citizens in KhuliKutcheri. He directed the Stations House Officers of the police stations to remain present for at least three hours from 3 pm to 6 pm in their respective police stations to hear public complaints.

ShehzadBukhari said that negligence on part of the officials concerned would not be tolerated. The CPO on the occasion said, the Khuli Kutcheries were being held to provide the citizens immediate relief and address their complaints besides it also helped improve standards of policing. He issued orders to the officers to complete inquiries and send reports within the given time frame. All-out efforts were being made to ensure the dispensation of speedy justice purely on merit to the people and improve service delivery standards in the district, he added.

The spokesman informed that the CPO was holding Khuli Kutcheries here to provide relief to the citizens.