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February 2, 2011

SAHIWAL the city

National

February 2, 2011

‘Steps being taken to maintain law, order’
From Our Correspondent
SAHIWAL: Punjab Minister for Zakat and Usher Malik Nadeem Kamran has said that steps are being taken to maintain law and order in the provincial.
He said this while addressing a ceremony held to give away certificates to police officers for showing good performance during Muharram at Police Lines on Tuesday. The ceremony was organised by the Citizen Police Liaison Committee. The minister said that Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif was giving top priority to provide peaceful environment to the people of the province. He said that the CM had sanctioned billions of rupees for upgradation of police force after providing them training on modern lines. The minister said that the police should discourage registration of false FIRs and they should provide every possible facility to the victims of any crime who approach to the police stations for justice. RPO Amjad Javed Saleemi said that ‘Thana Culture’ was not only the culture of police force but was the culture of whole society. Later, certificates were awarded to the police officers. MPAs Ch Hafeez Akhtar and Shahzad Saeed Cheema, CPLC convener Syed Alamdar Hussain Shah and others were also present.

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