KARACHI: The federal as well as the provincial governments are determined to provide security to the Chinese and other experts working on the projects of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). This was stated by the Inspector General of police (IGP), Sindh, A.D. Khawaja.
He was talking to a 14-member delegation attending the 19th senior management course of the National Institute of Management (NIM), Islamabad.
The delegation members called on the IGP Sindh at the Central Police Office (CPO) here on Saturday.
They were briefed about the steps taken by the Sindh Police with regard to maintenance of the law and order which resulted in decline in serious crimes including murders, dacoities etc.
The IGP said that the federal and the provincial governments are determined to provide security to the Chinese and other experts working on the CPEC projects.
He said that extra-ordinary measures are being taken by the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) in this regard.
The IGP also explained regarding the recruitment policy in the police and provincial government’s approval for enhancement in the package for the Shaheeds.
He also informed about the setting up of model police stations and promotion of community policing.- APP