IGP for strict compliance of code of ethics for hides collection

KARACHI: Inspector General of Sindh Police, Ghulam Haider Jamali has directed the police to make special arrangements to ensure implementation on the ban on carrying weapon and code of ethics for collection of hides of sacrificial animals on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha.

He has directed the police to devise Eid-ul-Azha contingency plan-2014, to adopt extra-ordinary security measures on Eid.

Besides deployment of additional police contingent, he directed, police pickets be also established at all districts, especially in the affected areas.

The Sindh Police Chief also directed that snap checking, motorcycle patrolling and range to range, zone to zone and district to district coordination be also developed, he directed, said a statement on Friday.

He said foolproof security arrangements be made in the light of contingency plan at the venue of namaz-e-eid and for places of collection of hides of sacrificial animals.

He has directed the prepare lists of mosques, imambargahs and other venues of namaz-e-eid and to categorize them with respect of sensitivity so as to make security arrangements accordingly.

He said the responsibilities of SSPs, DSPs and SHOs be also defined in detail so as to maintain peace and protect life and property of masses.

The Sindh Police Chief said that surveillance teams of plain clothes policemen be constituted at the levels of police stations to perform duties at shopping centres, markets of sacrificial animals and other public places.

He said the inputs be also taken from the concerned stakeholder at district level so as to take effective actions against criminal elements.

He said a Central Control Room be set up in the Central Police to monitor the security on three days of Eid-ul-Azha.

Source: APP