Punjab police set to get new rest house in Lahore

  • IGP Arif Nawaz says provision of accommodation would directly and positively influence the moral and performance of the force.
Pakistan

LAHORE –  Punjab Inspector General Police Captain (retd) Arif Nawaz Khan has laid the foundation stone of a police rest house in Lahore in order to facilitate the officials.

The rest house will be open at Qurban Lines where police officials, who visit Lahore to perform their duties, will be provided accommodation and other facilities.

Ordering early completion of the building, the IGP said that provision of accommodation would directly and positively influence the moral and performance of the force.

He also directed the officers concerned to ensure effective monitoring and timely completion of all new projects, launched for the welfare of police officers and officials.

The ceremony was attended by MD IC3 Ali Amir Malik, DIG Traffic Farooq Mazhar, DIG Telecommunication Shahid Javed along with other officers. AIG Development Ahsan Younas and SSP Telecommunication Dr. Abid gave a briefing to IG Punjab about the master plan and construction of the rest house.