Sindh police seek Punjab help in app development

Dec 31, 2017

LAHORE: A two-member delegation of Sindh police on Saturday visited Lahore police to seek help in developing ‘Welfare Eye App’ for the families of martyred police officials.

The Punjab police launched the app after the police department received complaints from families of martyred police officials that they were facing difficulty in getting benefits from welfare projects announced for them by the government and the department.

The welfare policy covered three categories of policemen-those who lost their lives in the line of duty, those who died in service and invalidate ( retirement on medical grounds.)

AIG Welfare Sindh Azfar Maheesar has visited CCPO retired Capt Amin Wains and SSP Admin Rana Ayaz Saleem to develop the application.

Mr Maheesar said Sindh Police had decided to launch the app to minimize the troubles of the families of martyrs of Sindh police officials.

He said Sindh police department would be thankful for helping in launching the application.

Ayyaz Saleem said that after the launch of the app, they had solved the problems of the families of martyred policemen.

He said all the heirs of the deceased policemen were connected to higher-ups and could get details and help about any welfare project of the department.

 He said the objective of developing the software was also to pay tribute to those who laid down their lives for the country.

He said they had earlier helped the KP police develop the application and would also help and support Sindh police in this regards.

(Daily Dawn)