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Sindh: Committee Formed for Police Reforms

Pakistan on 12 June 2013
Location : Sindh, Pakistan | Source : The Nation. Image Source: The Nation

KARACHI - Sindh CM Qaim Ali Shah formed committee to review police orders of 1861 and 2002 and remove the constraints in police operations and investigation. The committee is headed by additional chief home secretary Sindh and will present its report to the Sindh CM within two weeks.
The CM formed the committee during a special meeting on law and order at the CM House on Tuesday.
Provincial Minister Information Sharjeel Enam Memon, MPA Owais Muzzafar, ACS Home Wasim Ahmed, IG Police Sindh Shahid Nadeem Baloch, Additional IG Iqbal Mehmood, Principal Secretary to CM Naveed Kamran Baloch, DIGs of Karachi, Larkana, Sukkur, Hyderabad and Mirpurkhas and prosecutor general Sindh attended the meeting. During the meeting, the CM stressed upon the senior police officers to work with enthusiasm and spirit to ensure law and order in province with special focus on Karachi. He said no political interference would be in transfer and posting of police officers as IG Police Sindh had been given free hand for transfer and postings of police officers on merit basis. “I need positive results as early as possible,” he stressed. 
Police reforms were discussed in the meeting for the improvement of the Police Department.  Qaim said that during his surprise visits of Meethadar, Kharadar, police stations he found few policemen present in police stations. He said that old city areas, Joriya Bazar, Chamber of Commerce and other important commercial centers were under the jurisdiction of Meethadar Police station where presence of police forces was of utmost importance in day and night.  (Click below to read more)

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