Sindh Police has decided to dispose of up to 10 years old vehicles being used by various departments and later these vehicles would be put on auction.
The decision was taken in a meeting chaired by Inspector General Police (IGP) Sindh A.D Khawaja in his office, said a statement issued here on Wednesday.
The meeting discussed Sindh police Technical and Transport (T&T) affairs and took various decisions for its further improvement.
It was decided that 2007 model vehicles under the use of Sindh police officials would be replaced with new vehicles.
The model vehicles will be auctioned after completing all proper procedures.
The DIG (T&T) briefed the meeting about the distribution of available vehicles in various departments and over all procedure of procurement.
He told that 211 vehicles had been given to the investigation department Karachi, while around 100 vehicles equipped with modern surveillance cameras given to Madagar 15.
He further informed that so far 223 motorbikes were given to the staff of investigation branch Karachi, 81 motorbikes to Special branch and 351 motorbikes being used by other staff of various police departments.
The meeting was attended by Additional IG Sindh Dr. Aftab Pathan, DIG (T&T) Imran Yaqoob Minhas, DIG Traning Rao Abdul Karim, AIG Operations Sindh and AIG Admin.—APP