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Inspector General of Police Sindh directs to speed up documentations and other necessary formalities for the establishment of first ever Sindh Police Cadet College in the Province

Karachi, May 05, 2014 (PPI-OT): The Inspector General of Police Sindh Iqbal Mahmood has directed to speed up documentations and other necessary formalities for the establishment of first ever Sindh Police Cadet College in the Province. He was presiding over meeting at CPO to review measures in progress for the said purpose.

The meeting agreed in principle to have first Police Cadet College in the Province on 112 acres of piece of land available with Sindh Police in district Dadu. The so far identified land is adjacent to the main Indus Highway with all civic amenities available at 4 to 5 k.m from the Dadu city.

The meeting was attended by Addl. IG R and D, DIG Finance, DIG HQtrs, all staff officers an d Air Commodore® Shabbir A.Khan, Executive Director Rashidabad Memorial Welfare Organization. Shabbir Khan attended the meeting on a request to extend assistance and practical guidance/consultancy for the establishment of the cadet college.

He spelled out the step wise course of action to be required in details. The retired Air Commodore is supporting the very project on volunteer basis. Shabbir Khan during the meeting also offered admission to the children of Shaheed Police Personnel/low income employees of Police Department in Sargodhian Spirit Trust Public School Rashidabad District Tando Allah Yar. He said that the admitted children will also be given the facility of scholarships.

At the meeting, it was decided to constitute an Administration Committee/Governing Body in the first place for swift execution of the proposal. IGP directed Addl. IGP R and D and AIG Welfare Sindh Police to draft working paper along with the proposed names of the nominees in due consultation with RMWO.

It is pointed out here that the proposed cadet college would be having the status of a residential Public School for the children of SHUHADA and lower ranks, initially. To begin with, the college would be having a capacity of 700 – 800 students from class – I to class – 12. IGP Sindh further directed to complete the formal documentations/spade work at an accelerated pace, in this regard.

For more information, contact:
Sindh Police
Inspector General of Police, Sindh
Tell: +9221-99212626-27
Fax: 99212051

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