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June 18, 2021

CCPO condoles with parents of kite twine victim

June 18, 2021

LAHORE:Capital City Police Officer Ghulam Mahmood Dogar paid a surprise visit to the bereaved family of a three-year-old boy who died due to a stray kite string last Sunday.

The heartbroken parents of the victim were caught in a bittersweet moment upon seeing the CCPO crossing the threshold of their humble abode. CCPO Lahore Ghulam Mahmood Dogar expressed condolences to the family on the loss of their child. He stated that this tragic incident caught everyone’s attention.

He added that there was nothing that can compensate for the loss of a precious soul. He assured the bereaved family that the lethal sport of kite flying would be eliminated from the City. The father of the late Khizar said that no concession should be given on kite flying so that no one else's life was lost.

The CCPO Lahore said that the incidents of kite flying would not be tolerated in any case and the Lahore police were using all their resources to eradicate kite flying. He said that cooperation of people was significantly required to put an end to kite flying and the citizens should report about the perpetrators of this bloody game to the police in a timely manner. "Every citizen is responsible for their own roof, never let their roof be used for this deadly activity," he said.

Bhatti Gate: CCPO Lahore paid a surprise visit to Bhatti Gate police station on Thursday. He inspected front desk, reporting & record room, attendance of the staff along with cleanliness of the police station and record of accused persons in lock-up. He inquired the SHO Bhatti Gate about the complaints pending at the front desk and appreciated him on the cleanliness situation.

Meanwhile, CCPO has said that as frontline force, Allah has chosen us 'to serve and protect' the humanity. Dogar was addressing the gathering of more than 600 newly-recruited cops at District Police Lines Qila Gujjar Singh. —