Police organize feast to greet FC, Sindh police jawans
DIG Operations Islamabad Sohail Zafar Chattha has instructed the police and FC officers to be highly alert and ready all the time to deal with any emerging the law and order situation.
“Will take every possible necessary measures to protect the lives and property of citizens as well as private and commercial property and ready to thwart adventurism from the anti-state elements” Zafar Chattha said while addressing the police, FC officers on duty Sunday.
He said on the special directions of IG Islamabad all the officers are putting their best efforts to maintaining the law and order situation in the capital. “Islamabad Capital Police will never allow anyone to disturb the peaceful environment of the city and will take all necessary steps to protect the lives and property of the citizens and private and commercial properties”, he vowed.
DIG Operations Islamabad Sohail Zafar Chattha further said all the officers have been instructed to stay vigilant in their own respective areas and brief the personnel time to time to deal with any law and order situation and check all the duties of the Jawans themselves. “All personnel posted on duty should be sent with anti-riots kits”, he further directed.
The officers should visit different areas of the city and ensure implementation of these special guidelines. SSP Operations Malik Jameel Zafar, Zonal SPs, SP Planning and Patrolling and FC officers were present on the occasion.
Islamabad capital police organised a feast to welcome the jawans and officers of FC and Sindh police who have come here to ensure law and order in the federal capital.
Following Minister for Interior Rana Sanaullah’s directions the meal was served at various locations including Pak-China Friendship Centre, Faisal Mosque, F-9 Park and Hajj Complex.
Inspector General of Police Islamabad Dr Akbar Nasir Khan welcomed the Jawans at F-9 Park and Pak-China Friendship Centre and boosted their morale.
He urged the force to perform duties diligently to protect the life and property of citizens. “Nobody would be allowed to tarnish the peace and tranquility of the federal capital,” he remarked. The law will take its course if someone tries to break it, said IGP.
DIG Headquarters Owais Ahmed Malik visited Hajj Complex, whereas DIG Operations Sohail Zafar Chattha visited Faisal Masjid. Both the officers briefed the Jawans over prevailing law and order situation in the Capital city.
They asked them to be vigilant during duties as some miscreants may enter into the city to damage the peace of the city. They instructed them to adopt a courteous attitude while interacting with people as all are citizens of Pakistan.
“We have given sacrifices for the establishment of law in the country, we all know how to respond if someone has negative attention to break the peace, ‘’ said the officers.