Adviser to the Prime Minister on Interior Affairs and Accountability Mirza Shahzad Akbar vowed effective policing by improving the investigation techniques of Islamabad police and equipping it with modern gadgets to combat challenging situation.
Addressing the policemen on here at Police Line Headquarters, Shahzad Akbar said that he wanted to make Islamabad Police strong through capable officers so that the speedy investigation and justice to the people could be ensured.
Expressing satisfaction over the performance of Islamabad Police, he said that the government was fully supporting the capital police to come up with the expectations of the people. The government had already fulfilled the promises made with Islamabad police while various welfare steps were being taken for the Islamabad police.
The Adviser lauded the services of Islamabad police for performing various types of responsibilities including protection to the life and property of citizens, countering activities of terror elements, protocol to dignitaries as well as security in the diplomatic enclave.
The minister urged the policemen to accomplish their all responsibilities in an honest manner and serve the people with devotion as well as per their expectations.
Islamabad police, he said, had rendered many sacrifices in war against terrorism and its personnel averted many threats with courage and even sacrificed their lives in the line of duty. He hoped that performance of Islamabad police would further improve as per vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan and best working environment to personnel of the force would be ensured.
Earlier, a smartly turned out contingent of Islamabad police presented guard of honour to the Adviser to Prime Minister on Interior Affairs. Inspector General Police Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar, in his welcome address, thanked Adviser to Prime Minister on Interior Affairs for his visit to the Police Line and said that every possible effort was being made during his tenure to ensure friendly police ecology by promoting ties with public.
The IGP said that United Nations has declared Islamabad as ‘family station’ for its staff, which reflected the hard work of personnel of law enforcement agencies and Islamabad police. World Crime Index has also declared Islamabad as the safe city. He said that Islamabad police introduced the Police Complaints Redressal System (PCRS), which resolved 4,497 out of 4,837 complaints received from public while remaining 340 complains are under consideration.