Islamabad, February 06, 2021 (PPI-OT): As many as 12 Moharrars of as many police stations of Islamabad were changed and those qualifying for the same post after test have been appointed there. Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Qazi Jamil ur Rehman directed to conduct test and interview for appointment against posts of Moharrars at the level of police stations and appoint qualified, decent and well-behaved policemen there. Following his directions, a committee was constituted for the purpose which sought applications from Constable to Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) level interested for such appointment.
Tests and interviews of applicants were conducted by the Committee and successful applicants have been appointed as Moharrars in police stations. Those serving for a long time on these posts at police stations have been also changed. The Moharrars of 12 police stations including Bhara Kahu, Kohsar, Golra, Industrial Area, Shamas Colony, Tarnol, Koral, Nilore, Margallah, Ramana, Khana and Shehzad town have been changed. DIG (Operations) Afzaal Ahmed Kausar said that police culture would be changed and every possible step would be taken to ensure friendly police ecology in the city. He said these appointments are also part of efforts towards friendly police culture.
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