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All beat commanders to remain on highway one hour before “Aftari” : DIG Mirza Faran Baig

Lahore: Analysis reveals volume of traffic increases during the timings of ‘Aftari’  in the holy month of Ramzan , In such circumstances , there are increased chances of accidents due to over speeding , tyre burst and dozing at wheel. Motorway Police Central zone have devised special and prompt strategies ... Read More »

Honor killing is the worst example of brutality : Punjab Minister for Human Rights

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Human Rights Khalil Tahir Sindhu has said that honor killing is the worst example of brutality and bestiality, our society does not allow anyone for such a brutal act. Murder of daughter by her mother is a desecration of sacred bond of Mamta(affection); sick-minded people are ... Read More »

Pakistan has become a prominent country for protection of women rights in South Asia : Salman Sufi

Lahore : The struggle of Special Monitoring Unit Law & Order for women rights was appreciated in United State of Women Summit (conference) for gender equality at White House America. Senior Member SMU Law & Order was warmly welcomed at United State of Women Summit. Speaking on the occasion, Salman ... Read More »

A 17 years old girl burnt alive in Lahore

Lahore: A 17 years old girl burnt alive in Lahore for not accepting the will of her family and making the decision alone of her life. Factory Area police have registered a case against the victim’s mother and a brother who recently came back from Dubai. The mother has been arrested ... Read More »

Fingerprints Information System detects 70 usual offenders: Dr. Umar Saif

Lahore: Chairman Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) Dr. Umar Saif has said that ‎PITB’s developed Punjab Automated Fingerprints Information System (PAFIS) had helped Police detect almost 70 habitual offenders in Lahore within last six months. He told it during a meeting held at Arfa Software Technology Park on Wednesday. He ... Read More »

Lahore police is out to provide security at Ramzan Bazaes

Lahore : Police is out to provide security to Ramzan Bazar and markets. Round ten thousands cops would perform security duty during the holy month of Ramzan. The police teams would not only cover the markets,ramzan bazars but also provide security to Imambargahs and mosques during prayers hours. DIG Ops ... Read More »

Factory Area police busted Kashif Dacoit Gang

Lahore: Factory Area police busted 3 members of Kashif Dacoit Gang including their ring leader and recovered one bike,31 thousands Rs,12 mobile phones and illicit weapons from their custody.Police have registered a case and handed over the accused Kashif, Sohail and Shakil to investigation wing for further investigation. According to ... Read More »

Foolproof security arrangements should be made for Ramzan : Shahbaz Sharif

Lahore : Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that foolproof security arrangements should be made for protection of life and property of citizens in the province during Ramzan-ul-Mubarak and all possible steps should be taken for this purpose. The Chief Minister issued directions to Provincial Cabinet Committee on ... Read More »

Toppers of departmental exams appointed as SHO

Lahore: DIG Ops Dr Haider Ashraf has appointed the SIs as SHOs who passed the departmental exams with flying colours.The DIG met these brilliant cops in his office and directed them to serve the masses with the passion of service and curb the crimes in their controlled areas. According to ... Read More »

SSP operations Lahore Capt(R) Malik Liaqat Ali is posted as DPO Bahawalnagar

Lahore: IGP Mushtaq Ahmad Sukhera has issued transfer and postings orders of 4 districts of the Punjab. According to the notification, SSP operations Lahore Capt(R) Malik Liaqat Ali is posted as DPO Bahawalnagar,former DPO Shariq Kamal Sidiqi has been repatriated from Punjab after having problem with local PML-N MNA.SSP Investigation ... Read More »

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