Punjab chief announces Rs2.5mn for wounded policemen

LAHORE: Usman Anwar, the chief of Punjab police, announced on Saturday Rs2.5 million for policemen injured on duty, as part of a scheme aimed at the welfare of force.

It was also suggested to announce Rs10 million for handicapped policemen unable to perform their job. A report has been compiled to designate such posts to a special one as it’s for the killed policemen.

The police also announced upgrading the medical package for partially and completely handicapped cops.

Earlier, 12 police officers, including Kasur police chief Imran Karamat Bukhari, have been transferred by Punjab police.

According to the notification issued by Punjab police, Bukhari has been replaced by Tariq Aziz Sindhu, and has been directed to report to Central Police Office (CPO).


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