KARACHI: The Sindh government decided on Friday to compile a complete family registry of police officers in the province with the aim of providing them with health and education services, AREY NEWS reported.
According to the details, in the process of compiling records, the authorities have asked the entire police hierarchy, including a sentry to the senior police officer, to present details of educational qualification, age, skills and other details of their relatives.
They are asked to send the details before February 18.
The forms for the process of compiling records have been issued from the provincial central office in order to provide them with health and education services according to the details presented.
The authorities would issue health cards to the police for making use of health services for themselves and their families. However, this installation will vary according to the departments and the seniority of the officials.
In May 2019, Sindh police took an important step towards the welfare of the children of martyr personnel and officers on duty, as the department signed an agreement with renowned institutions for free and discounted educational facilities.
Sindh police signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the best educational institutions for the provision of free and discounted educational facilities for children of police martyrs and guard officers, the spokesman said.
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The initiative will open opportunities for children to obtain education from renowned schools, colleges and universities.
The spokesman told the media that students belonging to the families of police officers would receive a 50 percent discount on monthly rates.
A ceremony was organized at the Central Police Office (CPO) attended by owners and representatives of renowned schools. The agreement was signed by the Additional Inspector General (AIG) of Welfare, which established the quota for children in all schools.