ISLAMABAD: International Police Association (Pakistan Section) has adopted a resolution demanding the concerned authorities’ special packages for heirs of those policemen who embraced martyrdom in the line of duty and sacrificed their lives for safe future of their countrymen.
The unanimous approval of this resolution was given in the meeting of National Executive Committee / National Council International Police Association (IPA).
The meeting was attended by members of National Executive Committee throughout Pakistan including President IPA (Pakistan) and former IGP Dr Muhammad Shoaib Suddle, fomer DIG and Advisor Ch.Tasaddqque Hussian , Additional IG Karachi Sindh Rasool Bux Saand , DIG Elite Punjab Muhammad Tahir Rai, Additional IG Karachi Sindh Ghulam Shabbir Shaikh, DIG Training NH &MP Haleena Iqbal, DIG (Operations) Islamabad Sultan Azam Temuir, SSP NH &MP Ashfaq Ahmed Khan , SSP Mirvias niaz, National Executive Committee gave approval to the new constitution and rules for the working of body. It also reviewed performance during the last year and discussed future plans for better and effective functioning to get the desired objectives.
It also looked into the possibilities to help street children and discussed strategy to curb the issue of children rights violations in effective and befitting manner.
It also discussed various measures to raise awareness about the rights of street children and agreed to initiate struggle for this purpose.
The participants acknowledged the contribution of SPARC (NGO) for providing logistic support and other facilities for a school. They also decided to contact philanthropists and get support for the schools lacking facilities.
Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) were also signed with Laysinn Hotel in Karachi, Crown Plaza Hotel Lahore, Islamabad Hotel, Dreamland Hotel Islamabad, De Papae Islamabad for special discount to the members of IPA. Another MoU was signed with Chen One for 20 per cent concession on their various products. The meeting ended with commitment to continue efforts for the welfare of cops and curb social evils from the society besides struggle for quality education to the deserving students.
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