LAHORE   -   Two separate meetings of Investigation and Operations Wing officers were held at District Police Lines Qila Gujjar Singh under the chairmanship of CCPO Bilal Siddique Kamyana. DIG Investigation Shahzada Sultan, DIG Operations Dr Abid Khan, SSP Investigation Imran Kishwar, SSP Operations Mustansir Feroze, all SPs of Operations and Investigation Wings and other officers concerned attended the meetings. CCPO Bilal Siddique Kamyana directed the SP Headquarters that the uniform of all the force of Lahore police different wings from the rank of constable to senior command should be uniformed and duly approved. He further said that immediate crackdown should be started by forming active special teams against aerial firing, one-wheeling, kite flying, drug peddling and gambling. Bilal Siddique Kamiana said that investigation officers should investigate cases promptly and on merit, adding they should also forward the complete challans of cases in courts. The CCPO directed that police officers to treat citizens and civilians with good manners so as to eliminate ‘thana culture’ and improve positive image of the department. He said that he would regularly check the records of 15 calls and front desk regarding registration of FIRs. Bilal Siddique Kamyana said that in case of Special Report Cases and heinous crimes including dacoity, murder, rape and murder attempt, the SPs, SDPOs and SHOs should immediately reach the crime scene. The CCPO directed SPs to take immediate action in cases of kidnapping and sexual abuse of women and children. Bilal Siddique Kamyana said that under community policing, all SPs should enhance working relationship.

and mutual coordination with religious scholars, traders and local representatives to involve them in process of maintenance of law and order.

He said that arrest of persons should not be carried out without proof and criminals with strong evidence should be put behind the bars.

Siddique Kamyana directed the SPs to send the details of the under investigation cases to him on a daily basis and complete the pending cases within two months