BY OUR CORRESPONDENT
GILGIT: Inspector general of police [IGP] Captain (Retd) Zafar Iqbal Awan has kept the vigilance continued on various subrdinate departments in Gilgit – Baltistan region.
On Friday, IGP visited Police Training College (PTC) at Sakwar and inaugurated a service centre. He was accompanied by DIG Headquarters Inam Ur Rehman Malik. A guard of honour was given to the IGP as he reached PTC. Commandant Police Training College, Zia Ullah, received the delegation.
Speaking on the occasion, IGP appreciated the initiative and said that trainees at college in particular would greatly benefit from it. The service centre comprises Regimental Shop, Photo Shop, Tailor Shop, laundry and Barber shop.
“This facility will provide greater benefits to Police Trainees,” he said, adding the longstanding problems of G-B Police would be tackled step by step.
The police chief also inaugurated Wireless Workshop facility and awarded Rs. 5000/- to two Police Personnel each as a token of his appreciation for their duty.
Awan also visited Police Public School and College (PPS&C) Sakwar in connection with a price distribution ceremony. Principal Police Training College Dr. Tehzeeb-Ul-Hasan welcomed the guests along with students and teachers at the main entrance.
The Police chief awarded prizes to students and teachers who showed outstanding performance in the academic careers throughout the year.
Police Chief awarded a cash price of Rs. 5000/- and recommendation award to a student Sabit Ali for his extra ordinary achievements and announced free education for him besides awarding recommendation certificate with a cash price of Rs. 10,000/- to a female teacher Naheed Akhtar.
A guest of the Police Chief, Rizwan, announced a donation of Rs. 100,000 for the institute. DIG Headquarters Inam-ur-Rehman Malik, SP Abdur Rahim and other senior Police Officers also present o the occasion.