IG warns officers of public complaints
LAHORE: Punjab Police Inspector General Shoaib Dastagir leads a video link plenary session at the Central Police Station.
Activities related to helping families affected by the corona virus lockout under police aid funds will be continued every month. Special ration bags must be given to needy and decent families, IG said.
During locking up, legal action was taken against 23,477 residents under Section 144, whereas legal action was taken against 365 citizens for violating the landfill law. Immediately after the arrival of Ramazanul Mubarak, preparation and planning keeping in mind that the locking must proceed. Close coordination must be maintained with the administration of the mosque, imambargah and other places of worship.
IG said that police officers and officials must carry out their work with hard work and perseverance so that the spread of the corona virus can be detained and the lives of citizens can be saved.
He said directions by the government regarding lockdowns and social distance must also be carried out strictly. He said aid activities under police aid funds should continue to lock down affected families until the eradication of a pandemic and the distribution of bag rations between daily bets and other poor workers should be continued with the help of contributions from police officers and officials from their pockets according to their status .
Punjab police stand with poor and decent families in times of trouble. He stressed to officers that ration bags should be provided especially for decent families who were not given ration bags before by the government, NGOs or other sources.
He said that after the arrival of Easter, Ramazanul Mubarak and the temporary extension in lockdown, all planning and preparation had to be done. He said that close coordination must be maintained with the administration of the mosque, imambargah and places of worship by bringing them to be confident regarding the implementation of government orders for the welfare of citizens.
He directed the police officers to intensify actions against violations of Section 144 and the law on hoarding. The IG said that the implementation of Section 144 must be ensured to be strict in all districts in the province and legal action must be taken against violators regardless of their social status and position. He said that in these difficult times, heartless people involved in landfill and increasing difficulties for citizens were national criminals and such anti-social elements must be dealt with by strict legal action so that every possible assistance can be given to citizen. .
During the session, IG Punjab was informed that legal action had been taken against 23,477 citizens for violating Section 144 while legal action had been taken against 365 people for violating the law on landfill.
IG said that in order to handle complaints received in a timely manner through the Pakistan Citizen Portal, a training circus must be conducted for important people to improve their performance. In this way, they can carry out their duties and provide every possibility of assistance to residents, IG added. He stressed that complaints must be concluded by satisfying applicants.
He said disciplinary action would be taken against important people found guilty of canceling complaints without handling them. He said complaints must be dropped within two to three days, and undue delays would be considered negligence.
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