ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sultan Azam Temuri, on Thursday, said that it is his great desire and vision to ensure quality education facilities to children of policemen.
He said this while presiding over a meeting held at Central Police Office to review the education and admission facilities to the children of policemen at government and private educational institutions of Islamabad.
The meeting was attended by Private Educational Institution Regulatory Authority chairman, chief executive officers and administrators of private schools and colleges and others.
The IGP said a school will be established for children of Islamabad policemen and utmost efforts will be made to ensure the provision of quality education to them.
He urged everyone to cooperate in this regard and demanded concession in fees of private schools for children of policemen.
Temuri informed that Islamabad Police has constituted Human Rights and Child Protection Committee is also upgrading women police stations.
He further informed that volunteer programmes are being started outside educational institutions of Islamabad for awareness about traffic discipline and security and added that, “Assistance of administrators of schools will be required in this regard.”
The IGP also said that crackdown against drug peddling activities is being initiated at educational institutions and awareness campaign will be also launched to remain safe from this menace.
All the participants assured their full cooperation and gave suggestions to improve the situation.