Khasadar, Levies personnel getting same privileges like KP police: IGP
PESHAWAR: Inspector General of Police Sana Ullah Abbasi Saturday said the Khasadar and Levies forces of the tribal areas are getting similar privileges like Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police personnel.
He said this during his visit to sub-division Bannu where he visited the memorial for police martyrs.
He said Levies and Khasadar forces have started registering FIR and Daily Roznamcha Report, adding, “The Levies and Khasadar forces are providing privileges to the policemen and for ensuring due facilities, adding, Rs. 450 million would be released for Khasadars and Levies forces, reports APP.
On Thursday, Chief Minister Mahmood Khan formally inaugurated e-first information report (FIR), Roznamcha (daily diary) and digitisation of human resource management system of the Police Department at the Central Police Office (CPO) here.
The initiative has been introduced to facilitate the public under which people can register and get FIR and Roznamcha through online portal, WhatsApp, e-mail along with the option of a printed copy.
Talking to the media and chairing a meeting on the performance and initiatives of the Police Department during his visit to the CPO, Mahmood Khan termed the initiative another valuable step by the provincial government for e-governance under the vision of digital Pakistan. Inspector General Police Sanaullah Abassi and officials were present on the occasion, said an official handout.
The chief minister appreciated the overall performance of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police. Earlier, he was briefed on the overall security situation of the province, initiatives, progress of the Police Department and other developmental projects of the Police Department.
The chief minister was informed that the total number of police is 109,556 out of which 70,372 is regular police, 2,500 special security unit, 9,700 special police force, 9,978 Levies and 16,997 Khassadar force from newly merged tribal districts. – APP