Treasury members of National and Punjab assemblies from Faisalabad have expressed distrust in Faisalabad City Police Officer Dr Muhammad Abid, terming his performance unsatisfactory.
They have lodged a complaint with Inspector General of Punjab Police against the CPO “for behaving rudely with and ignoring the members of the assembly in resolving public problems”.
Members of the national and provincial assemblies from Faisalabad have expressed frustration with Dr Abid over the rise in crime rate across the district and police failure to control it. The MNAs and MPAs have lodged complaints with the IG Punjab Police, also mentioning the city police officer’s “disrespectful attitude” towards the members of legislature and disregarding the recommendations made for resolving public issues.
According to reliable sources, a few days ago, Inspector General of Punjab Police Rao Sardar visited Faisalabad, and during the visit, government members of the national and provincial assemblies met him and spoke openly on various issues, including the alleged poor performance of City Police Officer Dr Muhammad Abid.
The parliamentarians said that since the appointment of Dr Muhammad Abid as CPO, the crime rate had increased, and if the CPO was spoken to in this regard, his attitude towards the members of the assembly was poor, which was against their privilege.
The MNAs and MPAs further said that they are the elected representatives of the people and have to solve the problems of the people but so far the officer had ignored the issues raised by them. It seems that the crime rate in Faisalabad is getting worse, and the non-cooperation of the city police officer Dr Muhammad Abid is not solving the problems of the people.
According to sources, IG Punjab Rao Muhammad Sardar has assured the legislators that things would get better soon. It should be noted that killings and vandalism in Faisalabad, increase in serious crimes, disturbing situation of property recovery, rampant increase in kidnappings and excesses are problems that is causing restlessness in the city’s population.
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