IGP directs devising comprehensive policing plan to tackle changing security scenario
PESHAWAR: Inspector-General of Police Muazzam Jah Ansari has directed the police to work out a comprehensive plan in the wake of changes taking place in security scenarios of the region and keep close liaison with intelligence and other security agencies so that result-oriented steps could be taken for ensuring protection to the life and property of people. He was presiding over a high-level meeting through video link at the Central Police Office here on Monday that was attended by regional police officers and district police officers from across the province. At the meeting, police officers briefed the IGP on the overall security situation, operations against terrorists and proclaimed offenders involved in high-profile cases, drug dealers, and land mafia in their respective jurisdictions. The IGP issued directives for further tightening noose around the anti-state elements and conducting intelligence-based raids to ensure the arrest of the criminals and their facilitators. He also sought a daily basis report on actions taken against terrorists, facilitators, and proclaimed offenders. The participants of the meeting were given special directives for ensuring foolproof security to the foreigners, especially those working on CPEC projects. The IGP made it clear that no compromise would be made on the security of people working on projects of our country’s development and prosperity. State-of-the-art security gadgets and drone cameras should be used to provide security to Chinese and other foreigners, he directed. - APP