Police officials, traders hold meeting

October 23, 2019

Islamabad :The officials of Islamabad police on Tuesday held a meeting with the traders and owners of various shops in F-10 Markaz and decided to install cameras at entry as well exit points of the...

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Islamabad :The officials of Islamabad police on Tuesday held a meeting with the traders and owners of various shops in F-10 Markaz and decided to install cameras at entry as well exit points of the market to improve security.

Following directions of IGP Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar and DIG (Operations) Waqaruddin Syed, Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) Shalimar Circle ASP Rana Abdul Wahab along with other police officials conducted meeting business community of F-10 Markaz.

Police officials and traders exchanged the views to improve security around the business areas. It is to mention that IGP Islamabad has directed all police officials for such meetings with traders’ community to improve overall security measures in place there.

ASP Rana Abdul Wahab asked all the participants to maintain complete coordination with police and discuss their issues with police without any hesitation. He asked to install cameras at the exit and entry points of the market to curb dacoity as well as theft incidents and secure its recording.

Police is ready to cooperate with them, he told traders and also asked to take self-precautionary measures like hiring trained security guards of well-reputed companies who should have familiarity to weapons.

The traders appreciated this gesture of Islamabad police initiated on the special directions of IGP Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar and assured their complete cooperation with police.

ASP appealed them to keep vigilant eye around their surroundings and inform police in case of observing any suspicious activity. He said that such interactions would be helpful towards community policing in the city.

It was agreed to remove illegal parking areas in collaboration with Islamabad Traffic Police and district administration.


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