Police Ordered To Improve Efficiency In Court Cases

Aug 23, 2017

LAHORE :Inspector General of Police, Punjab, Captain ® Arif Nawaz Khan has directed the officers concerned to update Police Legal Affairs Monitoring App in connection with the progress in cases pertaining to police in various courts across the province, court remarks and next hearing of such cases.

While addressing a meeting held at Central Police Office on Tuesday in connection with the legal wing, he said that such a system should be installed in the App that would immediately send a message to the senior officers concerned regarding applications/petitions filed against police in any court of the province so that they could appear before the court with proper preparation and complete record. 

Punjab Additional IGP Investigation Azhar Hameed Khokhar, DIG IT Humayun Bashir Tarar, AIG Monitoring Ahsan Younas, SSP Investigation Abdul Rab Ch, AIG Legal Rana Ilyas and other senior officers were also present in the meeting. He directed the officers to file replies of pending cases in the courts of law and no unwarranted delay or negligence would be tolerated in this regard.

He directed them to hold short courses pertaining to the use of the the application for the legal officers. Legal officers would be held responsible if he failed to timely respond to writ petitions in the court of law, he warned.

promoted: Two meetings of Promotion Board were held at CCPO Office on Tuesday, in which, promotion orders of at least 114 officials were issued.

Both meetings were chaired by SSP Administration Rana Ayaz Saleem. Thirty six assistant sub-inspectors were promoted to the rank of sub-inspectors and 78 head constables to the rank of assistant sub-inspectors.

quiz contest: National Highways and Motorway Police (NH&MP), Central Zone, arranged a road safety quiz competition on the arrival of Jashan-e-Azaadi  train in Lahore, Pattoki, Okara , Sahiwal , Chichawatni, Mianchanu, Khanewal, Multan , Lodhran, Bahawalpur, Dera Nawab , Rahim Yar Khan and Sadiqabad. 

The objective of road safety quiz is to create interest and traffic sense among the students and motivate them to be more careful while driving. A number of students and passengers participated in the competitions, which also highlighted the role of Motorway Police in encouraging the people to abide by the traffic laws. 

On the occasion, Motorway Police DIG Mirza Faran Baig said such road safety programmes played a vital role in creating road safety awareness among the masses. The Motorway Police  IG showed great interest in the event and directed installation of road safety stalls at different places in order to sensitise the public.

The journey of Azadi Train from Islamabad, to Peshawer, Lahore,  Karachi and Quetta is going on.

The train journey is a joint effort of Pakistan Railways and Pakistan Council of Arts welcomed by Motorway Police, Central Zone, which has won the hearts of the masses by representing the road safety with gift hampers in a unique way. People praised the efforts of Motorway Police for highlighting heroic struggles of national heroes through different cultural models apart from creating awareness among the people about road safety. Pakistan Motorway Police along with other national institutions are playing their part in educating the masses about the importance of road safety. The train highlights the sacrifices and symbolises self-sufficiency in defense as well as successful restoration of the internally displaced persons (IDP). The brutality of Indian army in Indian-occupied Kashmir has also been depicted through images.

(The News)