Islamabad police hold 4th digital open kutchery

Zubair Qureshi

The Isamabad police on Tuesday organized a digital open katchery to give the residents direct access to the police high ups as per the vision of Prime Minister of Pakistan.

This was fourth of its kind the Islamabad police have organized recently. On the occasion, Inspector-General Police (IGP) Islamabad Qazi Jamilur Rehman responded to the public queries.

AIG (Operation), SSP (Operations), SSP (investigation), SSP (Headquarters), SSP (Traffic), SSP (Security) and other senior police officers were also present on the occasion.
Speaking to the citizens, the IG said that the police were striving to redress public issues as early as possible.

People from across Pakistan put their proposals before the IG. Most of the issues related to traffic, delay in registration of FIRs, activities of land-grabbers and drug-peddlers, and police attitude.

The IGP issued directions to the concerned police officers on the spot and assured the citizens of resolving their issues.

The Digital online kutchehry continued from 4pm to 6pm in which hundreds of citizens and police employees expressed their views.

According to the police officials, Hundreds of people through facebook and phone calls participated in digital kuchery and conveyed their problems to the IGP.

More than 50,000 people participated in the programme directly, said the officials further.
They said the purpose of the activity was to bring the public and police closer to each other. The IGP told the participants that the activity would continue in the coming days as well.

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