Governor, CM pay tribute to cops sacrificing lives in line of duty


Sindh Governor Imran Ismail and Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah have paid rich tribute to the sacrifice of 2,355 policemen who laid their lives in the line of duty. The statements were issued to mark the National Police Memorial Day.

The CM said that the martyred cops were our heroes and their sacrifices against elimination of terrorism and restoration of peace as well as tranquility would be written in golden words in the annals of the history.

Shah said that our 2,355 policemen embraced martyrdom while fighting against terrorists and criminals.

“Our police have always been at the forefront while fighting against terrorism, criminality and natural calamities,” he said and added, “our 38 policemen, while performing duties at hospitals, COVID testing and vaccination centers lost their valuable lives too.”

The CM said that, keeping in view the services of Sindh police-their dedication and commitment to the people of the province-he has strengthened the force with the best salary packages and other benefits.

“My government will keep looking after the families of the Shaheed policemen for which an appropriate mechanism has been evolved,” he said.He saluted the Shaheed policemen and offered Fateha for them.

The governor expressed solidarity with the families of brave sons of the police force.

“Despite difficult circumstances, limited resources, the police played an exemplary role in maintaining peace and security of the people.

”He said the nation will always remember the great sacrifices of those who sacrificed their lives for the security of the country.

“Living nations continue their journey in the light of history, which provides guidance to the nation in the light of the past and the future.”


The governor stressed, “We should dedicate all our abilities and national resources for the development and security of the country and the nation and this is also the real message of celebrating Police Martyrs’ Day.”


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