IGP for shifting impounded vehicles, improving sanitation, hygiene at police stations

Staff Reporter

Inspector-General Police (IGP) Islamabad Qazi Jamil ur Rehman has directed the concerned officials to shift the vehicles parked in the police stations since long to some other place, and handover the recovered one to their owners within next 15 days.

He further directed that the unclaimed vehicles and bikes be auctioned so that attractive environment could be ensured at the police stations. He also sought improvement in the sanitation and hygiene at the city police stations.

According to the details, Inspector-General Police (IGP) Islamabad Qazi Jamil ur Rehman along with DIG (Operations) Afzaal Ahmad Kausar and SSP (Operations) Dr. Syed Mustafa Tanveer visited police station Shalimar and Karachi company.

They reviewed the situation of water, sanitation and hygiene in the residential barracks of the police stations. During his visit, IGP reviewed residential facilities of Eagle Squad at PS Shalimar.

He directed to establish separate parking shed for the motorbikes. They also inquired about the day-to-day affairs from the officials at the Front Desk.

Speaking on the occasion, IG Islamabad sought shifting of vehicles parked in the police stations since long to some other places so that environment could be improved. He also directed the concerned for early completion of residential barracks in the police stations.

The IGP especially directed for improving cleanliness situation in the lockup, residential barracks, store and record room.

Qazi Jamil ur Rehman also directed the police officials for early disposal of the ongoing investigations and submit challan in the relevant courts.

Additional SP Farhat Abbas Kazmi, SP Usman Tipu, SDPOs, SHOs and other police officials were also present on the occasion.

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