IGP visions Islamabad as 'crime free' city.

ISLAMABAD -- Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar has assigned task to all police officials to make capital "crime free" city and ensure safety to the lives of people through high vigilance.

Chairing a meeting at Central Police Office (CPO) here on Wednesday, he directed for effective policing measures in the city and complete investigation of all pending cases including of dacoities. The meeting was attended among others by DIG (Operations) Waqar Uddin Syed, AIG (Operations) Kamran Adil, Zonal SPs and Additional SP.

The IGP was briefed about the security, law and order and overall steps to curb crimes in the city. Islamabad police chief assigned the task to police officials to make Islamabad a "crime free" city and launch effective crackdown against anti-social elements.

He asked police officers to accelerate efforts against those involved in street crime, bootlegging, illegal occupation on lands and at-large criminals.

The IGP directed SPs to visit the crime scene themselves and conduct investigation of high-profile criminal cases under their own supervision by remaining in contact with complainants or victims. He asked to ensure cleanliness and hygienic conditions at police stations besides ensuring good working environment there.

He said that all SPs should curb...

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