Islamabad police have registered 221 cases at various police stations of the federal capital during last two days following policy of free registration of crime.
In line with the directions of Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Qazi Jamil ur Rehman, Islamabad police have adopted zero tolerance policy against those involved in delay of registration of crime cases.
DIG (Operations) Islamabad Police, Afzaal Ahmed Kausar reviewed the phone calls data of Rescue 15 about crime incidents. He thoroughly reviewed the crime data of last quarter of 2020 and directed for immediate registration of FIRs on reported crime cases.
He said that Islamabad police will not compromise on its policy regarding immediate and free registration of crime and to take stern action against those involved in delaying the registration of First Information Reports (FIRs).
It was told that 221 FIRs have been registered during last two days following this review by DIG (Operations) while process is underway for registration of other cases.
DIG (Operations) said that a complaint cell would be established for registration of complaints and a cell number would be provided to citizens for messages or calls on it.
He said that comprehensive measures would be ensured for prevention of crime and ensure arrest of anti-social elements.
Afzaal Ahmed Kausar said that it is responsibility of police to ensure protection to the lives and property of citizens and ensure justice to them at their door steps. Every possible effort would be made to accomplish this responsibility, he added.—INP