CM visits martyrs' memorials at various places to pay tribute.

LAHORE -- Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi Thursday visited Central Police Office Lahore, Police Lines Qila Gujjar Singh, Yadgar-e-Shuhada Cantonment, Yadgargar-e-Shuhada Mustafabad Kasur, Punjab Rangers Headquarters and SSP Shaheed Ashraf Marth Police Lines Gujranwala in connection with Youm-e-Takreem-e-Shuhada (Martyrs Reverence Day) observance.

He visited the memorials of the martyrs, laid wreaths and offered prayers for elevation of the ranks in Jannat. Chief Secretary, IGP and ACS (Home) also placed flowers at the police martyrs' monument. A police contingent saluted the martyrs. Mohsin Naqvi also met the families of the police martyrs and expressed solidarity with them and inquired about their problems.

He gave instructions to the authorities concerned to address their issues. Addressing the Martyrs Reverence Day ceremony, the CM said that the nation pays its respects to the martyrs of the country today on this day. He said that the martyrs' sacrifices serve as a guiding light for the nation and emphasised that their mission of protecting and ensuring peace in the homeland would continue. He strongly condemned the violent events of May 9, terming them a black chapter in Pakistan's history. Mohsin Naqvi said that the unparalleled sacrifices of the martyrs of police and other law-enforcement agencies could never be forgotten.

He said the government would not sit idle till the arrest of the last miscreant. He said that every miscreant...

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