Day Care Center established in Women Police Station Rawalpindi for the children of women police officers, all possible steps for the welfare of force are being taken according to the vision of IGP, Punjab Inam Ghani, said CPO Rawalpindi.
According to the details, CPO Rawalpindi Muhammad Ahsan Younas continues to take revolutionary steps for the welfare of force and to enhance professionalism in the policing. Establishment of a day care center for the children of lady police officers in women police station Rawalpindi is another step in this regard. According to the vision of Inspector General of Police, Punjab Inam Ghani, CPO Muhammad Ahsan Younas has established a day care center for the children of women police officers; the day care center will be available for the children from 08.00 am to 04.00 pm. Facilities like kitchen, heaters, air conditioner, geyser, washroom, comfortable bedding, toys, LED television, study material and other playing articles have been provided in the day care center for the well being and care of the children. With the establishment of day care center, women police officers will remain care free during their duty hours as their children will be taken care of in a comfortable caring atmosphere with home like facilities. A woman police officer is deputed to take care of the children while the overall monitoring of the center will be done by a senior lady police officer Zunaira Azfar, SP Security Rawalpindi. Women police officers of Rawalpindi have been delighted on the establishment of such a vital necessity and have appreciated the step of CPO Muhammad Ahsan Younas for their welfare. CPO on the occasion said that welfare of force is our priority, day care center has been established to provide better working atmosphere and facility for the women police officers and it will make them care free during their duty hours which ultimately will enhance their working capabilities. Establishment of Day Care center was the need of the hour which has been met.