Islamabad - Senior Superintendent of Islamabad Police (SSP) Asmat Ullah Junejo has urged the notables of the society to play their role in protection of human rights and resolve public problems on priority basis.

He stated this while addressing the members of citizen police coordination committees working in various police stations of Islamabad. In the beginning, the participants including police officials prayed for innocent schoolchildren and others who lost their lives in Peshawar incident. On this occasion, SP Saddar Muhammad Ilyas, SP City Rizwan Umar Gondal, SP Industrial Area Liaqat Hayat Niazi and other police officials were also present.

On the special directions of the inspector general of police (IGP), the SSP conducted a meeting with the CPCC members. The SSP said Islamabad police had taken special measures to ensure community policing so that disputes of minor nature could be reconciled among the parties without political interference, if any. The SSP Islamabad said basic purpose of police was to serve the public and address their complaints on immediate basis. He said no stone would be left unturned in this regard. He further said that police and public cooperation should be enhanced in order to strengthen trust-building measures. The concept of friendly police is being promoted and creation of friendly atmosphere is being ensured at the police stations, he maintained.

The SSP urged the representatives of the committees to work honestly and with devotion in order to resolve the problems of general public. He said there should be no gap between police and public and crime control measures should be made more effective with mutual cooperation. The SSP said the centres would have priority areas including resolving community problems on immediate basis, inculcating friendly police ecology with polite and decent attitude, providing enhanced security atmosphere, provision of better working environment and end to indecent practices from police stations.