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07-10-2019

Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Muhammad Naeem Khan met with a delegation of ASPs from National Police Academy.
The IGP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Muhammad Naeem Khan has directed the under-trainee Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASPs) to fully prepare themselves for the impending challenges in their career to prove themselves as custodian of general public through better policing.
He was talking to a 31-member delegation of under-trainee ASPs of 46th common of National Police Academy which called on him at CPO Peshawar today. Six ladies ASPs also included in the delegation. The IGP reminded the young police officers that the people had attached great expectations from the young officers for strengthening institutions and establishing writ of the law and called upon them to be courteous, hard-worker, demonstrate high moral values and good public relationing throughout their professional career “you have to justify your position in all circumstances” recalled the IGP.
The IGP pointed out that police was a sacred profession where not only vast opportunities of serving the people were available but was also full of challenges which demand from the new inductee to be courageous and well-trained so that the confronting challenges could be faced in a brave manner. The IGP further informed the delegation members that it was not the resource which does matter but integrity, honesty and hard-work and called upon the under trainee ASPs to remain thoroughly loyal to their profession, set their objectives and avoid inhuman treatment which will prove a milestone in serving the people in a true sense. They were further asked to be strictly professional and where ever they go they should strictly perform their duty within the realm of law. While referring to the KPK police, the IGP maintained that here policing was very difficult due to geographic and administrative structure but it was a matter of satisfaction that the KPK police had excelled in every field against the criminals particularly the terrorists.
Earlier, the DIG Head Quarters Sher Akbar Khan thoroughly briefed the participants about the geographical location and social condition of the province and the nature of police duty in it. They were further informed about the special feature of the KPK police, new challenges and police reforms. The ASPs took keen interest in the briefing and asked questions in the light of the briefing which were answered in detail.