Police welfare centre to be established in Lahore

12:49 PM | 12 Nov, 2018
Police welfare centre to be established in Lahore
LAHORE - The Police of Punjab's capital city have decided to establish a welfare branch for the families of those officials who have retired or have been injured or slain in the line of duty.

According to local media reports, the orders for the welfare centre to be set up at Qila Gujjar Singh Police lines were issued by Lahore Senior SSP Operations Mustansir Feroz.

SP Feroz directed SP Qarar Hussain to supervise the branch which can be used by any police official for their benefit. SSP Feroz also said that the branch will ensure free-of-cost medical and education facilities for the children of the officials.

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Last year, the Lahore police have organized a ceremony at Alhamrah to celebrate the first year of successful working of the welfare-eye application.

In the ceremony, Eid gifts were distributed among the children of the martyred officers and officials.

Addressing the ceremony, CCPO Lahore Amin Wains said that through welfare eye application, the police was serving the families of brave and valiant young officers who sacrificed their lives for the safety and security of the people.