Islamabad police bids farewell to two senior officers

Zubair Qureshi

The Islamabad Police bade farewell to two of its outgoing officers paying rich compliments to their dedicated services to the force as well as their devotion in maintenance of law and order in the capital city.

Both the officers including SP (Supreme Court) Chaudhry Arshad Mehmood and DSP (Legal Branch) Syed Azhar Hussain Shah were heaped showers at a farewell reception also attended by IGP Islamabad Qazi Jamilur Rehman, DIGs, AIGs, SSPs, SPs and officials of the force.

IGP Qazi Jamilur Rehman appreciated the services of outgoing officers who he said had served the force with dedication and commitment.

He said that their services to make Islamabad Police a distinctive force would be remembered forever.

Both the officers were inducted in Islamabad Police as Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI).
The IGP appreciated the services of both officers in maintaining law and order and ensuring effective policing measures.

The outgoing officers also appreciated the leadership qualities of the heads of the Islamabad Police and hoped that the organization would become model police under their guidance.

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