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April 5, 2016

‘Youth’s role vital to strengthen bureaucracy’

Karachi

 
April 5, 2016

Karachi

To ensure an effective policing system in the country, there remains a dire need for citizens to actually support and place their trust in the police force's capabilities.

This was stated by Superintendent Police (SP) Shehla Qureshi in a lecture, titled ‘Pathway to Bureaucracy’, at Department of Public Administration (DPA), University of Karachi. 

Asserting that it was binding upon Pakistan's youth to come forward and take responsibility to bring about positive changes, she said that bureaucracy was an institution through which we can bring tangible betterment, but only with active participation by the youngsters of the country. 

Referring to the Central Superior Service (CSS) exams, she urged the students to at least try appearing in the exams and shared her own experience. She stressed that all obstacles can be crossed if one has will power to achieve any goal.

She admitted that while corruption and nepotism undoubtedly existed in police department, it has been lessened in recent years. She explained that the main cause of this aspect was the existing pay structure as well as the fact that many a time victims step back from verification which leads to judiciary releasing criminals without any charges.

She also added that judicial system of Pakistan also needs revision.

Chairman of DPA, Dr Shabi ul Hasan, said these lectures aimed to prepare students for CSS and other public sector organisations. He acknowledged the participation of Shehla Qureshi and added that such women were indeed the pride of our nation.

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