Whole nation indebted to those who sacrificed for security of country

2008

Staff Reporter

Peshawar

The Police Martyrs Day was observed across the provincial metropolis Peshawar on Sunday. Police Martyrs Day aims to honor brave fighters of the nation and express solidarity with their families. The Martyrs Day was observed for the fourth consecutive year on the death anniversary of Shaheed Safwat Ghayur, the commandant of Frontier Constabulary Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police who was martyred in a suicide attack on his vehicle on August 4, 2010. A ceremony in connection with police martyrs’ day was held at the grave of Shaheed Sifwat Ghayour in Peshawar on Sunday. SSP Operations Peshawar Zahoor Babar Afridi laid floral wreath at the grave of former Commandant Frontier Constabulary Shaheed Sifwat Ghayur. City Police Peshawar organized a peace walk to pay tributes to officers and jawans of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police who laid down their lives while protecting their motherland.
Kohat: Deputy Inspector General Kohat Tayyab Hafiz Pasha and District Police Officer Wahid Mahmood laid floral wreath at martyrs monument and a smartly turned out contingent of police presented guard of honor.
Okara: Gifts were distributed among 37 families of police martyrs during a ceremony in connection with Police Martyrs Day at Tyyab Shaheed Police Lines in Okara on Sunday. The event was organized to pay tributes to police martyrs and was attended by provincial minister for minorities affairs Ejaz Alam Agistain, local elites and large number of people from all walks of life.
Multan: Like other parts of the province, the police martyrdom day was observed in Multan on Sunday. In this regard, a ceremony to pay tribute to the martyred police personnel was held at Matti Tal police lines. DSP Muhammad Lateef Kanju chaired the ceremony.
Attock: Those who sacrificed their lives for this country and its people will remain alive in our hearts till the dooms day. They sacrificed their today for our tomorrow then how can we forget them and the families of the martyrs are honorable, most respectable for us. Air Commodore Jahanzeb Khan said this while addressing a ceremony in connection with Yaum e Shuhadaheld at police line in Attock on Sunday.
Bahawalpur: The martyrs of Police and other security institutions are the pride of the nation and we can never forget their sacrifices. This was stated by Punjab food Minister Samiullah Chaudhry while addressing a function held in connection with Youm-e-Shuhada Police in Bahawalpur on Sunday.

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