Chaudhry Nisar wants zero crime in the country
ISLAMABAD, DEC 20, (DNA) – Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar attended a passing out parade of the Rapid Response Force on Tuesday.
Speaking at the ceremony, Nisar said, “I am glad that in the last three years appointments in the department have been transparent.”
“Police officials to do not belong to anyone, they are here to serve Pakistan,” he said.
He said that the police should abide by the law. “I want zero crime in the country,” he said.
He added that in the last government’s tenure there were bomb blasts every other day.
Addressing the pass-outs he said, “Serve the nation. Stop terrorists from entering Islamabad. Establish your control in the capital,” he said.
In its first batch 409 cadets passed out including 341 constables, including 45 lady constables and 33 drivers.
The Rapid Response Force was established in accordance with the National Action Plan. The force will be established in all four provinces.=DNA
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