CM addresses passing out parade, highlights sacrifices of law enforcers for peace

UNDP report based on time period from 2005 to 2013: Khattak

PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak Saturday said people should work for the continuation of durable peace that was the result of countless sacrifices of police and armed forces.
He was addressing the passing out of recruits in Police Training School Mingora.
During his day-long visit to Swat, he also inaugurated Traffic Police Warden System, tourist policing and gave trophies and certificates to the recruits for their best performance during their training. He also inspected the passing out parade on t the occasion.
Chief Minister also inaugurated up-gradation of Saidu Hospital to a full-fledged 500 bedded hospital and construction work of academic block, hostel, lecture theatres and labs for Saidu Medical College.
Provincial Ministers, members of the national and provincial assemblies, District Nazim, IGP, Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner attended.
He also highlighted performance of provincial government saying police has been empowered and political interference has been stooped adding the steps have resulted of police as one of the efficient forces.
He said it is pleasant to see that police force has changed its traditional approach of working to an innovative style for giving relief to people.
Congratulating new recruits, Chief Minister wished police to emerge more honest and brave force so that it could become a symbol of courage and commitment to stop crimes in the society.
Pervez Khattak hoped that police Warden System, Traffic Policing and Tourist Policing would respond quickly and come up to the expectation of a common man. He also assured provision of needed resources to police for its different plans. – APP


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