Heirs of six martyrs provided job in KP Police

SWAT: Sacrifices of the martyrs of the Bajaur Police and former levies and Khasadar force for peacekeeping are matchless, perpetual and unforgettable and it is fruit of these sacrifices that we are breathing in a peaceful atmosphere, said Regional Police Officer Malakand, Sajjad Khan on Friday.

“Our strong relationship with martyr families will remain forever.”

Malakand RPO Sajjad Khan expressed the views while speaking at a ceremony held to distribute appointment letters to heirs of Bajaur Police in Khar Bajaur on the other today.

Commissioner Malakand Division Shaukat Ali Yousafzai, recently transferred Bajaur District Police Officer DPO Abdul Samad Khan, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Finance) Naseer Khan and a large number of heirs of martyrs attended the ceremony.

During the ceremony, the Malakand RPO along with Commissioner Shaukat Ali Yousafzai said that long-standing issue of the heirs of the martyrs was resolved today as job in police department was provided to heirs of six martyrs of the former Bajaur Levies Force and Khasadar Force.

Speaking on the occasion, Sajjad Khan paid tribute to the sacrifices of the martyrs in strong words and said that strong nations never forget their martyrs and the entire Pakistani nation proud of their martyrs.

He said that nations remained alive when they remember their heroes and martyrs. The RPO further said that Bajaur Police played frontline role in fight against terrorism and showed bravery in adverse conditions.

The political, social and public circles of Bajaur also welcomed the distribution of appointment letters to heirs of the martyrs of the former Levies Force and Khasadar Force, saying that the recruitment was the long-standing demand of the martyrs’ families.

 

 

Syed Shahabuddin
Syed Shahabuddin
Reporter at Pakistan Today

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