Medical funds for cops released

By Our Correspondent
May 30, 2024
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Punjab Dr Usman Anwar addresses an event on January 5, 2024. — Facebook/Punjab Police Pakistan

LAHORE:Punjab IG Dr Usman Anwar has released another Rs11 lakh 50 thousand to pay medical expenses of police employees of different districts and their families.


Mudasar Iqbal of Police Training College Multan was given two and a half lakh rupees for his wife's surgery. Rs200,000 was released for the treatment of injured Constable Muhammad Naeem of Multan Police. Nankana police constable Zulfiqar Ali was given Rs2 lakh for medical expenses. Rs200,000 was released for the treatment of injured ASI Noor Ahmad of Rahim Yar Khan. Injured Ghazi Maqbool of Sialkot police was given Rs1 lakh for medical expenses. Driver Constable Ghulam Murtaza and Constable Zawar Hussain were given Rs1 lakh each for treatment. IG Dr Usman released the funds after the scrutiny and approval of the Welfare Branch.

Cops given prizes

IGP Punjab conferred certificates of appreciation and cash prizes on police officers and officials exhibiting outstanding performance. During a ceremony held at the Central Police Office, the IGP honoured police teams from Multan, Gujranwala, and Gujarat for their successful resolution of cases of kidnapping, robbery, and murder. The IGP commended SSP Operations Multan, Arsalan Zahid, and his team for swiftly rescuing a kidnapped child and recovering stolen property valued at millions of rupees in Mumtazabad, Multan.

DSP Javed Tahir Majeed and his team were recognized for seizing 143 kilograms of charas in Muzaffarabad, Multan, while Inspector Farhat Nawaz's team was lauded for recovering a high-value stolen vehicle in Gakhar Mandi. Inspector Mujahid Abbas and his team received accolades for apprehending dangerous suspects involved in multiple cases of robbery and dacoity, while Head Constable Majid Farzand was honoured for leveraging modern technology to apprehend seven criminal gangs.