IGP Taimuri orders strict action against those occupying properties, harassing people through aerial firing

ISLAMABAD, : Inspector General of Police (IGP) of Islamabad Dr Sultan Azam Temuri on Monday directed the police officials for strict action against those illegally occupying the properties of others and involved in harassing people through aerial firing.

He made these directions while chairing a meeting attended among others by DIG (Operations) Waqar Ahmed Chohan, AIG (Operations) Asmat Ullah Junejo, SSP Islamabad Najeeb-ur-Rehman Bugvi, AIG (Special Branch) Liaqat Hyat Niazi, Sp Investigation Zubair Ahmed Sheikh, SP Rural Hassam Bin Iqbal, SP SaddarMuhammad Amir Khan Niazi, SP Safe City Dr Mustfa Tanveer,all SDPOs and SHOs.

The IGP ordered for effective policing measures through getting assistance from safe city project and to make functional the citizen’s coordination committees. He also asked to computerize all record of police stations and to contact complainants on regular basis to inform them about development in their matters.

He also asked for briefing and checking of the performance of investigation officers on regular basis and strict action against those involved in sluggish policing.

The IGP directed all police officials to improve their performance by effectively combating crime and ensure the arrest of proclaimed offenders at earliest.

He directed police officials to take effective steps to control crime and adopt a professional as well as responsible attitude to mitigate the sufferings of the people. He categorically asked all police officials to focus on resolving the public complaints and take every possible step to provide maximum relief to citizens.

Mr. Temuri stressed for speedy disposal of cases and their investigation purely on merit. He said that investigation on pending cases should be completed at earliest as progress on such cases would be reviewed soon.

The IGP Islamabad stressed to adopt polite attitude with public and focus on resolving their public complaints. He also asked to ensure registration of cases on merit and win the support of people through performance.

Mr. Temuri termed five elements crucial for a force to set an example for others. These five elements, he said, included public friendly, will to serve, true professionalism, ensuring equal implementation of the law and to be corruption free. He said that these five values should be adopted by each sleuths of Islamabad police to make it exemplary for others.