LARKANA:Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that Sindh police is not only the oldest police of Sindh but of South Asia as well.

He was addressing a ceremony organised here at Police Training School on Friday for distributing offer letters among 93 ASIs recently, recruited through Sindh Public Service Commission.

He saluted the Sindh police for rendering sacrifices to maintain peace in Sindh credit of which he gave to the IGP Mushtaque Mahar, DIGP Larkana Range Nasir Aftab Pathan and SSP Kashmore. He apologised for delay in holding the program due to COVID-19 pandemic and said that a similar program was arranged before at CM House.

He said you will serve for 30 to 40 years which is a challenge for you. Shah said our job is to give you very good weapons for which we are working on and hoped that newly recruited police officers will give unique law and order to the people of Sindh. CM asked the ASIs to take care of their uniform as they are taking care of their skin. CM claimed that Sindh police is working nicely adding Inshallah it will become the best police in the world in a few years.

CM Murad Shah said that very soon Sindh’s largest bridge will be constructed in Ghotki adding that the previous largest bridge was also built by PPP in Tando Muhammad Khan.

As many as 93 offer letters were distributed among the successful ASIs which included six girls including Sanam Soomro, Saima Junejo, Saba Mugheri, Aurangzeb, Maula Bux, Sadam Hussain and others.

IGP Sindh Mushtaque Mahar congratulated the successful candidates and said that your role is the backbone of the Sindh police because, he added, you have to fight the criminals and eliminate them. He said morale of the Sindh police has been raised because of the brave role playing by ASI Muhammad Bux Buriro which has not only been praised in Pakistan but worldover as well.

Mahar hoped that ASIs would discharge their duties with hard work, honesty, bravery and ensure peace at all costs. IGP Mahar presented Sindh police shield to Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah.

Provincial minister Suhail Anwar Siyal, advisor to Sindh CM Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, MNA Khursheed Junejo, divisional and district officers including commissioner Saleem Raza Khuhro, and PPP activists participated in the event in large numbers observing SOPs.