QUETTA: Restoration of law and order remained a top agenda of current government therefore the provincial government uplifted major steps in order to enhance the capabilities of Police and other Law Enforcement Agencies. Chief Minister Jam Kamal said on Thursday.
Addressing a passing-out parade of 9th batch of Anti-Terrorist Force (ATF) at Quetta Police Training Center CM Jam Kamal paid homage to the martyrs of Police Department for restoring peace in Balochistan by sacrificing their precious lives,
“Our government provide all assistance to the police department in order to equip police force with modern weapons and training, I am optimistic that our brave soldiers of police force would keep alive their bravery and courage against terrorism.” Jam Kamal said.
Inspector General of Balochistan Police Mohsin Hassan Butt, Provincial Home Minister Meer Zia Langove, Health Minister Meer Naseebullah Marri, ANP’s Parliamentary Leader Asghar Khan Achakzai and parents of passed out cades were present in the ceremony.
Expressing comfort over the standard training given to the new ATF’s cadets CM Balochistan said, security of property and lives of mases was the prime job of our police force thus the new cadets were being trained following the specific circumstance of Balochistan,
“I want to assure people of Balochistan that police force would continue progress in order to build sense of security among masses of Balochistan and would carry on actions against terrorists and criminals disturbing peace in our province.” Jam Kamal said lauded the efforts of IG Police and Commandant ATF School Colonel retd Asad Farooq.
Meanwhile the newly cadets performed the skills they taught in training course while Chief Minister Balochistan reviewed the march past.