IGP, transporters discuss problems
PESHAWAR: A seven members delegation of district Khyber transport called on the Inspector General of Police Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi at CPO Peshawar.
The members of the delegation informed the IGP about their confronting problems. The IGP gave a patient hearing to their problems and assured that all transporters would be provided peaceful atmosphere for carrying out their business activities.
The IGP stressed upon the delegations to extend help to the Law Enforcing Agencies so as to effectively stop the menace of smuggling. The IGP directed CCPO to take stem action against those bringing bad name for the police force.
The IGP assured the members of the delegation that all their genuine problems would be solved on priority basis. The members of the delegation thanked the IGP for giving patient hearing to their problems and assured their full cooperation to the police force and other Law Enforcing Agencies.
Additional IGP Headquarters, DIGs Special Branch, Operations, Headquarters, CCPO and DPO Khyber were also present on this occasion. `
Meanwhile, the Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi has directed police high ups to make their supervision more effective on clandestine and unclandestine routs in the ongoing Anti-Smuggling operations.
These directives were given to all Regional Police Officers from CPO in an online video conference held today. In the video conference the police officers briefed the IGP about the steps taken as per Anti-Smuggling ordinance against the violators.
They also dwelt at length about the already established police naka bandies as well as the new steps to be taken against smuggling very soon. They also briefed the IGP about the haul up and arrest made against Anti-Smuggling. It merits mention that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police so for in the ongoing operations against smuggling has recovered smuggling commotion worth more than 550 million Rupees in international market which included Non custom paid vehicles, Foreign cloths, vehicles spare parts, mobile phones, electricity appliance and other items.
The IGP directed the RPOs to tighten the noose around the neck of smuggling particularly on unfrequented routes and bring to book those found involved in the menace of smuggling. They were further directed to adopt stringent preventive measures on vulnerable routes in their respective border crossing points. It had also been directed in the conference to equally come hard on the perpetrators, aiders and facilitators of those involved in smuggling.