CM urges SPs to control law & order in Sindh.

KARACHI -- Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah urged the newly promoted SPs of the provincial government to serve the people of the province and help the department to control law and order as they have over 25 years of experience in policing.

This, he said while speaking at the rank-wearing ceremony of newly promoted SPs at CM House. Chief Secretary Sohail Rajput and Inspector General of Police were also present on the occasion. The police officers were promoted from Grade BS-17 to BS-18.

He said a new lot of experienced SPs have emerged and their experience of handling law and order, riots, dacoities, kidnapping for ransom, and target killing was ample if utilized. They also have good experience in investigation and policing, therefore they must help the department to control overall crime in the province, he added.

Chief Secretary Sohail Rajput said the promotions have been made after four years and 30 DSPs have been promoted to the rank of SPs. He urged the promoted officers to work honestly.


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