LAHORE: Punjab police has formed a 12-member board for appointments of Station House Officer’s (SHO) in the province.
The board was formed by DIG Operations and includes six divisional SPs and SSP Operations, SP Dolphin and SP.
According to the details, “No SHO will be transferred on political pressure.”
Earlier on August 25, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar with the tribal elders of Dera Ghazi Khan, who called on him said that “the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led government will introduce reforms in Punjab police which are similar to those implemented in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police.”
“Police will now serve the public and we will bring about a change in their attitude,” he added.
The provincial chief minister further said, “We will take measures to curtail crime across the province and put to use all resources to protect citizens’ money.”
Buzdar added, “The journey towards Naya Pakistan has begun under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.”
He assured, “PM Imran’s team will fulfil the promises made to the nation and we will work hard to meet expectations of citizens.”
The Punjab chief minister also vowed that people of South Punjab will get their due rights.