MULTAN – Additional Inspector General of Police (IGP) South Punjab, Dr. Ehsan Sadiq has launched a video link system to hear issues from police officers in South Punjab to facilitate movement of officers to their locations assignment.
Hosting the first video-link conference with Rajanpur district officials here on Wednesday, the additional IGP said officials would be able to discuss their issues through the latest system and there would be no need to visit Multan and other senior police offices. for police orderly room procedures. He assured that all possible resources were being used to help police officers, adding that the welfare of officers was the “top priority”.
The additional IGP said the officials who participated in the operation against the dacoits were proud of the department and said a cash prize of Rs 10 million had been approved for the officials. He stressed that the police are striving and working around the clock to protect the life and property of citizens, adding that no negligence will be tolerated in this regard.
Sadiq ordered the officers concerned to ensure the best residential arrangements for the police officers in their respective districts. He said more than 19,000 people die in road accidents each year and urged all station officers (SHOs) to cooperate with traffic police to minimize road accidents.
Dr Ehsan Sadiq maintained that the performance of the police was improving day by day and stressed the need for further improvements. He warned officials against strict legal action for involvement in criminal activities and abuse of power.
He said the schedule for police orderly room proceedings will be shared in each district through which officials participate in the hearing.