Pakistani Police Commando Khan Saeed Afridi wins medal at World Games

Pakistani Police Commando Khan Saeed Afridi wins medal at World Games
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KARACHI – Special Security Unit (SSU) Commando Khan Saeed Afridi won a silver medal in martial arts category in World Police Games held in Chengdu, China by defeating Cambodian and Philippines contenders.

About 11,000 athletes (policemen) from around the world took part in 65 events, said a statement issued by SSU here on Saturday.

It is first time in the history of Pakistan that any police commando representing Pakistan Police has won medal in World Police Games.

IGP Sindh Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam, Addl IGP Operations Ameer Shaikh, DIGP Maqsood Ahmed, DIG Nasir Aftab and Commandant SSU Ghulam Murtaza congratulated to Khan Saeed Afridi for winning the silver medal.

Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Sindh Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam announced a cash reward of Rs.100,000/- for Commando Khan Saeed Afridi. Sindh Police Chief said that Khan’s achievement was not only pride for the country but for the Sindh Police as well, according to a statement.

Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam said that Sindh Police , besides focusing on maintaining law and order, was also taking an active part in the other healthy and social activities.

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