Police provided justice to man forcibly evicted from his house Security plan finalized for 3-day National Horse Cattle Show


Lahore police provided justice to a poor citizen who was forcibly evicted from his house by some influential people.

Accused Asif forged a registry and forcibly evicted Aslam from his ancestral home.

The poor citizen had also lost his job in the same issue.

Muhammad Aslam contacted to CCPO Fayyaz Ahmed Dev for redressal of his grievance.

The CCPO Lahore assigned SSP Discipline Ijaz Rasheed to relinquish the possession to the actual owner. SSP Discipline reviewed the case in detail and retrieved the possession of the house and handed over to its real owner.

Factory worker Aslam called on the CCPO Fayyaz Ahmed Dev and presented him a bouquet of flowers as symbol of gratitude. SSP Discipline Ejaz Rasheed, DSP Rehan Jamal, Inspector Hamad Akhtar and Other officers were present on the occasion.

CCPO Fayyaz Ahmed Dev commended SSP Discipline Ijaz Rasheed and Inspector Hamad Akhtar for ensuring timely action and delivery of justice. Chief of Lahore Police Fayyaz Ahmed Dev said that the citizens should contact the CCPO Office Complaints Cell for immediate redressal of their grievances.

Meanwhile, Lahore Police has finalized the security plan for the forthcoming three-day National Horse and Cattle Show, starting from Friday in the provincial capital. Capital City Police Chief Fayyaz Ahmed Dev said, Lahore Police has been playing a vital role for the promotion of cultural activities in the provincial metropolis.

As many as twenty five hundred police officers and officials including 04 SsP, 18 SDPOs, 45 inspectors, 154 upper subordinates will be deployed while more than 100 lady police personnel will also be deployed to check the female participants of the event.

Additional IG Fayyaz Ahmed Deo said that teams from Dolphin Squad, Police Response Unit, Elite Force, police stations would conduct effective patrolling around the Fortress Stadium.

The activities of stadium and the participants of the National Horse and Cattle Show would be constantly monitored with the help of CCTV cameras.

He further said that the police personnel deployed at the National Horse and Cattle Show should be on high alert and keep a close watch on any possible suspects to ensure safety of the citizens.


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