SP Shehla urges youth to bring positive change in society

Karachi—Superintendent of Police (SP) Karachi, Shehla Qureshi, has said that it is the responsibility of youth to come forward and take the responsibility to bring a positive change in the society.
She was delivering a lecture titled ‘Pathway to Bureaucracy’ organised by the Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi, said a press release on Sunday.She said, “Bureaucracy is one of the institutions through which we can bring betterment in the society.”
An official of the University said on Sunday that Qureshi opined that this institution needs young, energetic, dedicated and hard-working youth. She shared her achievements with the audience and encouraged them to appear in Central Superior Service (CSS) exam. According to her the only obstacle which one can see is inside one’s mind otherwise the route to success was very smooth and clear.
Qureshi agreed that corruption and nepotism do exist in the police department but in recent years it is minimised.
The thing which actually triggers this element is the existing pay structure. Moreover, she highlighted that sometimes police show their efficiency but the victims do not support them and eventually the judiciary has to release them. She called for the support and trust of citizens which was highly needed to run the police system effectively. Qureshi exhorted the youth to do their best to serve their country.
Former Dean of Management and Administrative Sciences, University of Karachi, Prof. Dr. Abu Zar Wajidi shared his point of view and success story. Chairman of the Department, Dr. Shabib-ul-Hasan said these lectures are focusing to prepare students for CSS and other public sector organisations.—APP

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