Police urged to work hard to come up to expectations of people: Rashid


Minister for Interior Sheikh Rashid Ahmad on Thursday said police would have to work hard to come upto the expectations of the people.

Addressing the passing out parade of Assistant Superintendents of Police held at National Police Academy, the Interior Minister emphasized the need for better relations between police and public to improve law and order.

He said the police is performing its responsibilities with diligence and never hesitate to render their lives in the line of duty. More than 7,000 policemen embraced martyrdom to protect lives and property of people.

However, he said police never received its due recognition and stature from people despite its tireless services.

The Interior Minister said challenges had increased for the police department, adding, our overt and covert enemies miss no opportunity to carry out sabotage activities in the country.

The minister said there is no restriction on media in Pakistan and citizens’ journalism was at its peak, adding they report each and every incident immediately with complete details so it was not possible to hide any thing form general public.

He said those officials who were passing out had been imparted training as per modern policing techniques and urged them to serve people professionally.

These officers were entering in new life and their responsibilities were also increasing, he said and wished them success.

He urged the cops to facilitate people visiting police stations and redress their grievances within least possible time.

The minister said that issue of 30 acre land for National Police Academy would be settled in the next week. Later, he awarded prizes among distinction holders of the training.

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