IGP delivers online lecture to students of University of S&T Bannu
PESHAWAR: Inspector General of Police Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi Thursday said that seven thousand female candidates had applied for enlistment in the police force and the process would be completed in coming month of January.
This, he said, while delivering an online lecture to the students and faculty members of University of Science and Technology Bannu.
In his lecture the IGP drew a picture of the past and bright future of the tribal belt as well as the steps taken and future plan of action of the government. The IGP informed the participants that after merger writ of all institutions particularly police and judiciary had been extended there and were performing duties with missionary zeal and spirit.
He also threw light on the performance of police, registration of FIRs, investigation, training and development of infrastructure and capacity building of the police.
He disclosed that so far 3365 FIRs had been registered in the merged districts which included 521 in Bajaur district, 463 in Mohmand, 776 in Khyber, 238 in Orakzai, 761 in Kurram, 292 in North Waziristan and 314 in South Waziristan. - APP ���