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Islamabad police take action against 14 officers


November 29, 2019

Islamabad :The DIG (Operations) Islamabad Police Thursday have accelerated performance accountability of those police officers serving at police stations and took disciplinary action against 14 investigation officers of a single police zone, a police spokesman said.

In a meeting held at Rescue-15, Deputy Inspector General of Police (Operations) Waqaruddin Syed reviewed the performance of police officers in City Zone and directed to transfer six investigation officers to other divisions over poor performance and serve show cause notices to eight others over poor performance.

SP (Investigation) Dr. Syed Mustafa Tanveer, Additional SP Zeeshan Haider, SP (City) Muhammad Aamir Khan Niazi, Sub-Divisional Police Officers, Station House Officers and Investigation of City Zone police were also present in the meeting.

Mr. Waqaruddin Syed ordered to issue show cause notices to eight investigation officers for not having up to the mark performance while 11 were issued warnings to improve their performance.

DIG (Operations) awarded prize and commendation certificates to Sub-Inspector Tahir Niazi and Lady Assistant Sub-Inspector Misbah for showing good performance. He also gave deadline of 15 days to all police officers to ensure effective policing and said those would continue to serve at police stations showing good performance.

Those not showing satisfactory performance would be transferred to other divisions and no laxity would be tolerated, he added.

The DIG (Operations) said that accountability process would remain continue and those showing good performance would be awarded. He also directed for effective crackdown and operation in the city against drug pushers, bootleggers, proclaimed offenders, court absconders and professional alm-seekers.

Waqaruddin Syed said that such meetings would be held in each Police Zone and performance of each police official would be reviewed on merit.

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