Police trying best to maintain peace

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Raza Naqvi

Attock

RPO Rawalpindi Imran Ahmar said police with in its limited resources are trying best to maintain peace and law and order in the region. While addressing a press conference in Attock he said at every cost the security of the people and their property will be ensured. The role of the police could further be made affective with the cooperation of the media.
He was flanked by DPO Attock Syed Khalid Hamdani and ASP Amara Shirazi . RPO said that he had a detailed meeting with the DPO and other police officers to get the first hand knowledge about the law and order situation in Attock district and discussed matters pertaining to curtail crimes in the area.
He said, Attock police are doing best and its recent example is the arrest of three culprits who had killed a mobile shop owner and had escaped from the crime scene and for this quick trace of the criminals certainly Attock police deserve appreciation. He said, this govt has done a lot for wellbeing of the police personnel by enhancing salaries while special steps are being taken to over come shortage of police officers and subordinate staff.
He said, Punjab govt has announced recruitment of ten thousand police personnel with in two years which will certainly further improve the performance of police force. He said, this govt has recently handed over five hundred new vehicles to police stations across the Punjab while to improve the capability of investigating officers.

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