IGP to nab peddlers supplying drugs in educational institutions.

ISLAMABAD -- Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Dr Akbar Nasir Khan has tasked the officers to tighten noose around peddlers supplying drugs in educational institutions.

He asked the force to launch a massive crackdown against drug dealers to curb drug supply to students. He was chairing a meeting here at Central Police office.

The Capital police chief also directed the officers to compile records after obtaining complete information about the refugees reside within the limits of the police station.

He directed that a safe parking system should be introduced in the city to curb the car and motorbike theft incidents, adding that strict actions should be taken against the vehicles using non-pattern number plates.

The IGP said meetings with traders, senior citizens and representatives from housing societies will be organized to enhance positive relations with the community.

Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan further directed to constitute special police teams to arrest the proclaimed offenders adding that effective patrolling should be ensured, besides

increasing the number of Eagle Squad.

More investigation officers will be posted in police stations and the...

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