Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi approves recruitment of 45 sons of deceased police personnel as per deceased sons quota.
The Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi approved the enlistment of 45 children of the police officials, who died during service, as Junior Clerks in the police force under the deceased sonsâ€™ quota. A notification to this effect was also issued today.
It merits mention here that meeting of the Police Policy Board had been held the other day in which the IGP had constituted a committee for recruitment of the children of police as Junior Clerk under the deceased sonsâ€™ quota. The said committee recommended the 45 children of the police for enlistment as junior clerk. The IGP approved the recommendations of the committee and a proper notification `was issued to this effect.
The junior clerks enlisted under the deceased sons quota included 21 from Peshawar, 3 from Mardan, 1 from Swabi, 3 from Charsadda, 3 from Swat, 2 from Nowshera, 2 from Buner, 1 from Lower Dir, 2 from Lower Chitral, 1 from Abbottabad, 1 from Mansehra, 1 from Lower Kohistan, 1 from Lakki Marwat, 1 from Karak, 1 from Bannu.
It may be recalled that for the 1st time in the history of KP police children of police officials were recruited as junior clerk under the deceased sonsâ€™ quota. Prior to this 198 children were recently recruited as constable/Class-IV in police department under the deceased sonsâ€™ quota. These included 17 from Peshawar, 77 rom Mardan, 47 from Hazara, 16 from Kohat, 33 from Bannu and 8 from D.I. Khan.
The Inspector General of Police Dr. Sanaullah Abbasi has said that the deceased police officials had performed their sacred duty to the full satisfaction of the general public and reiterated his pledge that no stone would be left unturned in the look after and best welfare of their families. The IGP maintained that the recruitment of the children of the deceased police as junior clerk become possible due to the meritorious services of their late fathers and hoped that they would bring more laurels for the force by following the footprints of their deceased fathers.