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   April  29, 2015



DPO Chitral hold Khuli Katheri in Mastuj

By Zahiruddin

District police officer Chitral Abbas Majeed Khan Marwat has said that every possible effort is being made to bridge the gap between police and the people to render it a people-friendly force.

Speaking on two different occasions of khuli kutcheri in Mastuj Khas and Shagram Torkhow in upper Chitral, he said that he has embarked upon the task of making the people believe that the men in police uniform is their friend and custodian.

Mr. Khan encouraged the people to explicitly mention their complaints and suggestions to achieve this end and assured them that each and every word uttered by them will be honored by him.

Strictly directing the sub-divisional police officer and the station house officers of upper Chitral against the drug menace, he asked them to show zero tolerance towards it and completely smash the network of drug peddlers if there were any in the area.

He said that the area was already free of multifarious crimes and a proper vigilance on the part of police can lead to the creation of an ideal society where every one respected law and abided it to the core of his heart.

The aim of my traveling to the distant areas of the district was aimed at making assessments of the possibilities of making the ties stronger than ever before and I am available to the public round the clock, he said.

Although, very small number of complaints were lodged before the youthful district police chief, but complaints against the government departments of education, health, communication and works and public health engineering.

The police chief assured the people that the issues will be taken with the district heads of each department as the disgruntled public will resort to unlawful activities and to ensure the maintenance of the ideal peaceful and tranquil atmosphere in the district, each department must work smoothly.

The elites from the distant valleys of Laspur, Yarkhoon, Baroghil, Rech, Khot and Melp had thronged to the gatherings in large number.



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