Meeting to discuss law and order on 27th
ISLAMABAD: A two-day meeting has been convened in Lahore on December 27 and 28 to review the law and order situation in the country.
Military operations in the tribal areas against foreign militants, security measures for diplomats and loopholes in the police order are on the agenda for the meeting, sources told Daily Times.
Intelligence reports about possible threats to federal ministers, state ministers and other dignitaries associated with the government will also be discussed, the sources said, adding that the overall performance of law enforcement agencies would be reviewed. The director general of the National Police Bureau has been ordered to draw up a strategy to improve the performance of security agencies and present it at the meeting, the sources added.
Interior Minister Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao will chair the meeting. The provincial chief secretaries, home secretaries and police officers, chief commissioner and inspector general of Islamabad Police, the director general of the Federal Investigation Agency, the director general of the Intelligence Bureau, the inspector general of prisons, the inspector general of the Frontier Constabulary and the director general of Pakistan Coast Guards have been told to attend the meeting. The Interior Ministry has also directed them to propose the agenda of their departments, which will be considered at the meeting.
Chief Commissioner Junaid Iqbal has asked high ranking officials of the capital police to point out problems facing the police, sources in the district administration told Daily Times. The federal capital police chief will complain about a lack of funds for the installation of cameras in Islamabad, the sources said. staff report