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02-02-2021

Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi presides over meeting to review law and order in the province today.
The Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi presided over a meeting, held with the Regional Police Officers via Video link today, to review law and order situation in the province.
Regional Police Officers (RPOs) gave detailed briefings to the IGP KP about the law and order in their respective regions. They informed the IGP KP about the steps taken to maintain law and order, countering terrorism and action taken under the National Action Plan (NAP) during the last month. RPOs informed the IGP KP that due to comprehensive planning, well calculated strategy and proactive policing the police excelled against the criminals and the overall law and order situation in the province remained under control.
About the prevention of crime the IGP was informed that a total of 4819 accused were arrested nominated in 7552 cases and thus the ratio of arrest remained 64%. Similarly, the IGP was informed that no incident of extortion took place during the last month and CTD arrested 19 dreaded terrorists in different operations. Likewise, CTD police recovered 11.4kg explosive material, 24 hand grenades, one Kalashnikov and 3 pistols during this period.
The IGP KP was informed that an aggressive campaign was launched against narcotics and illegal weapons dealers. Police recovered 1052.62 kg narcotics during the last month which included 928.742 kg Charas, 61.777 kg Opium, 45644 kg Heroin, 16.476 kg Ice, 818 bottles and 232 Litres of Liquor. Similarly, the IGP was informed that a huge cache of arms and ammunition was also recovered during the current year which included 83 Rifles, 241 Shot Guns, 1697 Pistols, 69474 Cartridges, 112 Klashinkovs, 13 Kalakovs, 17 Hand Grenades, 4 Detonators, 2 Dynamites and 2 Bombs.
The IGP was further updated that under the National Action Plan a total of 1456 Search & Strike operations were conducted in which 6940 criminals were arrested and 1943 arms & 51282 rounds were recovered. Moreover, during these operations 24816 houses and 8511 hotels were checked and on violation 1011 and 121 FIRs were registered respectively against the violators. Likewise, 8452 Snap Checkings were conducted during which 6908 suspects were taken into police custody and 1379 arms & 48041 rounds were recovered. Also, 90 illegal Afghans were detained for not having legal documents and 86 cases were registered against them under Foreign Act.
The Inspector General of police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi has termed the KP police overall report for the month of January a great success against the hardcore criminals. The IGP pointed out that better law and order situation guarantee the prosperity and development of a society that was why every government was giving top priority to the maintenance of law and order situation. The IGP informed that establishing writ of the law was the key for achieving zenith of success in every sphere of life and directed the conference participants to strictly adhere to the rule of law in their professional obligation irrespective of any discrimination and opined that there was no reason that they could not achieve their desired targets against the anti-social elements. They were further directed to keep close coordination with other law enforcing agencies, further expedite raids against the miscreants and outlaws and adopt well calculated plan and strategy to pre-empt any untoward incidents disturbing the fabric of peace and tranquillity in the society.