LAHORE - SP Headquarters Wednesday dismissed 13 police officers including two Sub-Inspectors, one ASI, nine constables and one driver due to their deliberate absence from duty and misconduct. According to PRO to DIG Rao Sardar Ali Khan, SP Munir Ahmad Rao provided ample time to the accused officers but they failed to prove their innocence and as a result dismissed them. The accused officers include SIs Rizwan, Noor Sultan, ASI Mohammad Fiasal and constables including Mudassar Iqbal, Mohammad Abid, Yasir Liaqat, Imran Saleem, Allah Ditta, Wasim Shaukat, Mohammad Iqbal, Liaqat Ali and Boby Arnold (driver). 3 wardens dismissed Capital City Traffic Police DIG Tariq Masud Yaseen has dismissed three wardens including a lady warden over showing unsatisfactory performance on Wednesday. The dismissed wardens include Qudsia Naseem, Salman and Arshad. The DIG also appointed eight wardens as additional sector in-charge on showing good performance including Nazeer Farid and Fakhar Nazeer. Meanwhile, the list of successful candidates who appeared in the written test for recruitment of constables will be displayed on July 30. The DIG said that list of successful candidates will be displayed at PTS Centre Chung, Police Line Qilla Gujjar Singh and Office of DIG Operation. He said for further information candidates my contact help line (042-1915) of City Traffic Police. Rescue 1122 rescues 6,06,497 victims The Rescue 1122 claimed to have rescued over 6,06,497 victims of emergencies in 5,84,357 emergency operations since its inception in October 2004, while maintaining its standard and average response time of less than seven minutes across the province. Total number of victims rescued by Rescue 1122 includes 2,37,220 emergency victims in Lahore, 66,861 in Faisalabad, 23,576 in Rawalpindi, 32,170 in Bahawalpur, 62,185 in Multan, 28,249 in Dera Ghazi Khan, 25,249 in Rahim Yar Khan, 20,231 in Sahiwal, 20,028 in Sialkot, 39,151 in Gujranwala, 6,379 in Murree, 15,511 in Sargodha, 4,821 in Jhang, 2,166 in Toba Tek Singh, 4,023 in Muzafargarh, 2,872 in Rajanpur, 1,390 in Mianwali, 3,165 in Pakpattan, 2,038 in Kasur, 1,754 in Gujrat, 2,433 in Bahawalnagar, 1,513 in Jehlum, 1,129 in Attock and 2,383 in Khanewal. These 5,84,357 rescue operations include 40.66 per cent road accident, 53.88 per cent medical & other emergencies, 3.13 per cent fire incidents, 0.16 per cent building collapse incidents, 0.17 per cent drowning cases, 0.09 per cent special rescue operations, 1.78 per cent crime calls and 0.12 per cent explosions. The timely and professional management by Rescue 1122 staff in road traffic accidents, buildings collapse incidents, hazardous material incidents, fire incidents, medical emergencies and explosions saved several victims of spinal injuries from becoming disabled and reviewed several victims by professionally using the emergency equipment available in Emergency Ambulances. Several victims of cardiac arrest were also saved by timely cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Dr. Rizwan Naseer requested the citizens to immediately dial 1122 in case of any emergency.