CPO directs the police to give due protocol to the teachers


Staff Report,

RAWALPINDI:   (Parliament Times)     The City Police Officer (CPO) on Monday directs the police to give due protocol to the teachers in police offices and police stations.

According to the Police Spokesperson, the CPO Faisal Rana while addressing a departmental meeting, said that the teachers are the architects of the nation, they frame the nation in a way that this most honorable section provides the people the wealth of knowledge, a wealth that can neither be stolen nor robbed.

The teachers provide such wealth that increases by spending and it is such a weapon that does not need to be protected, it rather protects us, the CPO added.

The CPO while directing the officers said that, as per the vision of the Chief Minister Punjab, Sardar Usman Buzdar, it is being made mandatory for the police to give teachers the protocol they deserve. As the one who knows ones status being a teacher, will never ask for such work which has a minor doubt of lawlessness, the CPO added.

The CPO, while issuing a notification in the matter, said that the teachers must be given due protocol when they visit police office or police station. The SDPOs will also be responsible for implementation of the directions while the divisional SPs will monitor and ensure implementation. The CPO said that, 5th October, will be celebrated as World Teachers Day and on this occasion, Rawalpindi police will give the message, that, every personnel of Rawalpindi police from CPO to the constable is a student of a teacher and that we will give full protocol to the teachers.

Moreover, the Rawalpindi police arrested the person who killed his sister in law by setting her ablaze and registered murder registered against the accused. Muhammad Siddique had a row with his sister in law Fauzia Bibi wife of Muhammad Rafique, over breakfast, in Takya Baba Raheem Shah, area of Gujar Khan.The infuriated accused Siddique, set ablaze his sister in law Fauzia who was burnt alive and died.