MIRPUR (AJK)-The police inked an integrated plan to establish its Swift Expatriates Facilitation Cells in Azad Jammu and Kashmir to ensure quick help by the police to overseas Kashmiris settled in various parts of the world through registration of cases.

This was disclosed by Inspector General of Police AJK Bashir Memon while he was addressing a gathering of overseas Kashmris and journalists belonging to Mirpur division at the office of DIG Police Mirpur Range.

Author of the pilot project of the EFCs - DIG Sajaad Ahmed, DIG Police Range Sardar Gulfraz Khan, SSP Mirpur Raja Irfan Salim, SP Kotli Ch Munir Hussain and Additional SP Mirpur Mirza Zahid Hussain were also present to share their due input to materialise the plan.

The audience including the Kashmiri expatriates, senior Kashmiri journalists tabled various proposal to matrialise the establishment of proposed Expatriates Facilitation Cells of AJK Police with an objective and vibrant role at the Divisional and District Headquarters of AJK including Mirpur, Rawalakot and Muzaffarabad.

Speaking on the occasion, IGP Bashir Memon said that the plan has primarily been inked under the vision of AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan to ensure the delivery of quick service by the police to the Kashmiri expatriates sitting abroad or during the course of their visit to the homeland in connection with legal cases.

“The e-mail-oriented service by the proposed EFCs will prove to be a strong source of the quick police service to any of the needy Kashmiri expatriates during their visit to the motherland or in the country they live in,” Memon said.

The DIG police said that a quick proceeding would start immediately after the online registration of any of the criminal case by the network of Expatriates Facilitation Cells to be supervised by a Superintendent of Police with the subordinate officials of DSPs, and Inspectors at District and Tehsil Headquarters across AJK.

Sajaad Hussain said that the project has been tabled before the prime minister for a final approval for its launching