IGP inaugurates park in Sihala college

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Inspector General of Police (IGP), AamirZulfiqar Khan, on Thursday inaugurated the newly constructed park and walking track in Police Training College Sihala.

The IGP also laid the foundation stone for the construction of the buildings of the Punjab School of Investigation and Hostel No. 17 in Campus-II.

During his visit to the Police Training College Sihala, the IGP reviewed training affairs, including performance of several sections of the college.

Commandant Sihala College, DIG Ashfaq Ahmed Khan gave a briefing about the college’s history and its professional affairs. The IGP was informed that more than 100,000 police officers and personnel of different institutions including from Sri Lanka, Africa, and Kenya have completed training from Sihala College. The IGP reviewed the performance of different branches of the college. During the visit, the IGP also inaugurated the newly constructed park and walking track. He also laid the foundation stone for the construction of the buildings of the Punjab School of Investigation and Hostel No. 17 in Campus-II.

The IGP while addressing the under training officers and their trainers at the auditorium issued important instructions.

“Professional training of the force in line with the modern demands of policing is my top priority,” he added.

He said that those who have completed their training should make all-out efforts in the field in serving and protecting the citizens.

“To restore the honor and dignity of the police force, we will have to do our own accountability.