Pak Army to train Sindh Police

Pak Army to train Sindh Police
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KARACHI: (APP) The Sindh police will acquire the services of Army instructors for the training of recently inducted police recruits to ensure high standards training at all levels.

This was informed at a briefing by Additional Inspector General (AIG) Operations Sindh to a 32-member delegation of Mid Career Management Course (MCMC) at Central Police Office Karachi on Wednesday, according to a press release issued here.

The delegation led by Khawaja Owais Adil met AIG Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) Dr Sanaullah Abbasi.

Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Headquarters Sindh Muneer Shaikh, AIG Operations Sindh Sheraz Nazeer, AIG Admin CPO were also present.

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AIG CTD Dr Sanaullah Abbasi told the delegation about the Sindh police's strategy to maintain law and order situation.

He said that the CTD's measures to curb terrorism and other heinous crimes are being further strengthened, adding that a special protection unit comprising Ex-Army personnel is ensuring the security of the Chinese experts and staff working at China Pakistan Economic Corridor Project (CPEC) in Sindh.

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The delegation was apprised that recruitment process in Sindh police was underway, and the especial recruitment task has been given to National Testing Service (NTS) and IBA to ensure transparency in this whole process.

It was told that biometric systems are being installed at all police training centres to strengthen security arrangements.

Earlier, AIG CTD Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi expressed grief over the terrorist attack at police training centre in Quetta, and offered Fateha for the martyred police cadets.

 

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