Chitral police my role model, says DIG

CHITRAL, Jan 27: Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Malakand Division Haji Abdullah Khan visited Chitral and held an open Darbar at the police line. The police personnel on the occasion brought their problems into the notice of the DIG. digThe constables complained that the quota for recruitment of police personnel’s children in the department was often violated. Some staff said they were never given a chance to attend any training for enhancement their professional skill. The DIG praised the Chitral police services during the Swat insurgency.

I always quote the working and professionalism, cleanliness, civilization and politeness of the Chitral police. Police personnel of Chitral are honest, brave and committed to their work, DIG Haji Abdullah Khan.
He stressed the police to extend their patrolling to each corner of the district and keep an eagle’s eye on every suspicious person to maintain the peaceful environment of Chitral. He assured the Chitral police for increasing the special police salary from 10,000 to 15,000. He said that the special police force contract was to expire on December 31 but on his recommendation their services were extended for three more years. He said the qualification of BA was must for investigation and traffic police staff. Khyber Pahtunkhwa will start more training and Chitral police would be given preference in these training. District Police Officer Ghulam Hussain briefed the DIG regarding the problems and issues of Chitral plice and requested him for their solution.–Gul Hamaad Farooqi]]>

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