Says new recruitments in police through NTS to ensure merit
KARACHI (DNA): Inspector General of Police (IGP), Sindh, Ghulam Hyder Jamali held a meeting on Monday with the industrialists at SITE Association of Industry to review the law and order and other related security matters.
The meeting was attended among others by Siraj Kassam Teli, Patron-in-Chief, Younus M. Bashir, Chairman, Ahsan Arshad Ayub, Senior Vice Chairman, Yousuf Yaqoob, Vice Chairman and M. Jawed Bilwani of SITE Association as well as other prominent industrialists.
On the occasion, Siraj Kassam Teli, Patron-in-Chief, SITE Association of Industry demanded elimination of the use of tinted/black glass on VVIPs’car windows and sirens.
He urged the government to give the control of Traffic Engineering Bureau to the Sindh Traffic Police in the larger interest of the public. Siraj Teli also stressed the need for implementation of court decisions regarding punishments to the criminals.
Endorsing the viewpoint of Addl. IGP, Karachi, Ghulam Qadir Thebo that Federal & Provincial Governments are not extending their full support to Karachi Police, Chairman, SITE Association of Industry demanded from the Federal Interior Ministry and Sindh Government to extend their full support to Karachi Police in handling of the operation against terrorists and criminals effectively.
Meanwhile, IGP Sindh Ghulam Hyder Jamali said on Monday in order to ensure transparency and merit, Sindh Police has decided to make new recruitments against the announced vacancies by utilizing the assistance of National Testing Service (NTS).
This was informed by to the visiting delegation of National Management College here this morning on Monday. He said that keeping in view the Gender Responsive Policing, women are being encouraged to join police service and in the coming recruitments more than 2000 women would be inducted. SSU wing of Sindh Police has recently completed the recruitment procedure successfully through NTS, he held
“Considerable/substantial reduction in crime has been observed in the province of Sindh especially during the last three months (July, August and September 2014). The Sindh Police has, in particular, focused against terrorism, target killings, kidnapping for ransom and extortion. During the reported period, 247 criminals have been killed in different police encounters while 1293 have been arrested”, IGP revealed.