Performance: Video monitoring of all SHOs begins
Installation of CCTV cameras in 716 police stations of Punjab completed
By Our Staff Reporter
LAHORE: Fazeel Asif, Head of Special Monitoring Unit for Chief Minister Punjab met with Inspector General Police (IGP) Punjab Amjad Javed Saleemi at the central police office on Friday. IGP briefed him about all the initiatives taken in Punjab Police and told that the process of video monitoring of all SHOs has been started in order to provide timely justice to public and save their precious time and money.
IGP told that CCTV cameras have been installed in the offices of all SHOs of 36 districts across province and they have been made bound to remain in their office for minimum two hours for the public and with the help of these cameras the direct monitoring will be conducted from central police office.
On this occasion DIG IT Zulfiqar Hameed and DIG Discipline and Inspection Ahsan Younas were present, they briefed the Fazeel Asif in detail, regarding front desk, 8787 IGP Complaint cell, Police service centers and specially about working of Khidmat counters and provision of relief to public by these projects. Plenary meeting held at Kashmore Circuit House.
As per directions of Inspector General Police Punjab, Amjad Javed Saleemi, an inter-provincial meeting was arranged under the leadership of RPO DG Khan Muhammad Umer Sheikh regarding action plan against criminal gangs residing in tri border junction areas of Punjab and to review security situation of that area at Circuit House Kashmore. RPO Bahawalpur, RPO Sukkur, RPO Larkana, RPO Sibbi, DPO Rajanpur, DPO Rahim Yar Khan, DPO Ghotki, DPO Kashmor, DPO Jaccobabad, DPO Dera Bugti, DC Rajanpur, DC Dera Bugti, DC Kashmor, Political Assistant Rajanpur, representatives of intelligence agencies and officers of Rangers attended this meeting. In this meeting, the network of criminal gangs residing in tri border junction areas has been examined in detail and it has been decided that transportation of weapons by criminals in these areas will be reduced by following strict line of action. The joint border patrolling will also be enhanced besides establishment of joint pickets in these areas. The mutual coordination and constant communication among the provinces in order to secure tri border junction have also been emphasized upon in the meeting. Moreover, The information regarding criminals in border areas will not only be shared among provinces.
but also a strict joint action will be taken against the criminal gangs so that a peaceful environment may be provided to the people of these areas and protection of property and lives of people may be ensured.