IG Balochistan Abdul Khaliq Sheikh inaugurated crime scene unit

Manan Mandokhail: 

QUETTA: Balochistan Police Chief, Abdul Khaliq Sheikh on Tuesday announced the establishment of a forensic laboratory in Balochistan. This laboratory will help in improving the process of investigating crimes in Balochistan and conducting the tests in Quetta instead of Lahore and other parts of the country. The Inspector General (IG) of Police Balochistan expressed these views while addressing the inaugural ceremony of the Crime Scene Units in Quetta.

“Happy to see the practical demonstration and professionalism by the police jawans”, IG Police Balochistan stated. Anti-Riot Unit (ARU) also showed great skill, he added. The ARU impressed the police chief and other senior officers present on the occasion.

Senior Police Officers including Deputy Inspector General(DIG) Quetta, Azfar Maisar, Senior Superintendent Police(SSP) Operations, Abdul Haq Umrani, and Senior Superintendent Police(SSP) Investigation Asad Nasar were also present at the inauguration ceremony of the Crime Scene Unit at police station Quetta.

Britians introduced a police system

The IG said that the British introduced the police system in the past. 115 helpline is very famous in Pakistan and a police model has been made in every city of the country to support the masses, Mr Sheikh stated.

Action should be taken against street crimes, drug dealers and the occupation mafia in the provincial capital, IG Police Balochistan stated. The rescue process of the police is not weak as the other institutions, he added.

The Police of Balochistan are as smart as the police of other provinces

The police of Balochistan are as smart as the police of other provinces, Abdul Khaliq Sheikh. If the protestors do not disperse even after negotiations, the light force will be used there, the IG added.

A forensic laboratory is going to be built in Balochistan and its building has already been constructed, Abdul Khaliq Sheikh said. Community policing in Balochistan is also going to be started, he added.

“We want to restore the confidence of the masses in policing through community policing”, IG said.

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