Tourism policing to be started in KP soon: IGP

Tourism policing to be started in KP soon: IGP
Tourism policing to be started in KP soon: IGP

ABBOTTABAD: Inspector General of Police Mohammad Naeem Khan has said that travel industry policing would be begun in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on the example of vacationer police of Thailand from the coming season.

He was conversing with mediapersons amid his three-day official visit to Hazara division here on Sunday.

Prior, the IGP tended to a police darbar at Jalal Baba Auditorium where all DPOs of Hazara go, delegates of Haripur, Abbottabad and different areas were available other than DIG Hazara Mohammad Ali Babakhel and DPO Abbas Majeed Marwat.

Naeem Khan said that two principle regions in Hazara which pulled in residential and outside visitors were Galiyat and Naran-Kaghan.

He said that exceptional coaches from Thailand police would before long hold instructional meetings for the travel industry police in KP.

The police would be furnished with an extraordinarily structured uniform from one year from now and given speicalised preparing about nearby societies and history so they could appropriately control the travelers.


Addressing Chinese architects positioned at Badadi camp here on Sunday the IGP said that his specialty had been giving idiot proof security to the Chinese dealing with advancement extends in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. DPO Zaibullah Khan and Chinese designers went to the gathering.

The IGP said that Hazara Motorway and other advancement ventures being executed under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor would help the economy.

The Chinese specialists advised the IGP about the progressing ventures in Hazara division and appreciated administrations being rendered by his area of expertise to the Chinese laborers.

Naeem Khan additionally visited the under-development Hazara motorway and met the police faculty.


IGP Naeem Khan has said that unique police power will be regularized in next two months in Malakand and Hazara divisions.

He was tending to a gathering which was gone to by MNAs, MPAs, area and tehsil nazims, seniors of the four regions of Malakand and Hazara divisions, Shangla, Kohistan, Battagram and Torghar.

Tending to the gathering, MNA Ibadullah featured the police network’s issues and valued their penances for support of harmony in the district.

Maulana Karim Dada from Kohistan requested enlistment of 2,000 police staff and foundation of police headquarters in Lower Kohistan, saying that there were just two police headquarters in the whole region.

In his discourse, the IGP said that every one of the issues would be settled bit by bit. He said that traffic superintendents would be deputed in Battagram bazaar for guaranteeing smooth traffic stream. He said that police checkposts would likewise be set up in the outskirt zones of Battagram.


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