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Paid homage to the martyrs of police by the Nation

APP50-03 MULTAN: August 03 - People from different walks lights-up the earth lamps in memory of Shuhada to mark Police Martyrs Day (Youm-e-Shuhada) at SP Chowk. APP photo by Safdar Abbas

Today, on the occasion of Police Martyrs’ Day, tributes are being paid to the soldiers of the police force who sacrificed their lives for peace and stability in the country and protection of lives and property of the people.

On this day, special ceremonies were organized at the police headquarters of the four provinces in recognition of the services of the police force in which the sacrifices of the martyrs were remembered.

Police Martyrs’ Day is celebrated every year on August 4 at the national level with the aim of paying homage to the unparalleled sacrifices of the police martyrs and expressing solidarity with the families of these brave grandsons.

Commissioner Rawalpindi, RPO Rawalpindi, Deputy Commissioner Rawalpindi and CPO Rawalpindi also visited the house of Shaheed Inspector Mian Muhammad Imran Abbas.

On the occasion of this day, the ISPR Public Relations Department of the Pakistan Army also paid homage to the martyrs of police.

Pakistan has been plagued by internal and external problems, crimes, and conspiracies since its inception on August 14, 1947, which the Pakistan Army, as well as law enforcement agencies, are still working to overcome.

Police Martyrs’ Day is being observed across Pakistan today to pay tribute to the sacrifices of soldiers, personnel, and officers who served in the police who gave an everlasting story of sacrifices for the homeland in which with each passing day A new chapter is beginning…

One year ago today, according to the statistics of 2019, the crime rate in Pakistan is very high and the police force has been reduced to control it, as evidenced by the daily news published in the newspapers.

Different types of crime include murder, rape, robbery, and theft. In 2019, 8153 people were killed across Pakistan. 10,438 attempted murders, 20,256 kidnappings for ransom, and 1,382 robberies.
Last year, 18,239 incidents involved snatching, street crimes, and robberies, 7,793 crimes involved cattle theft, and 55,836 incidents involved the theft of cash, jewelry, and other items.

A total of 786,339 crimes were reported in the police stations while the number of crimes could not be ascertained. Let’s also see how many police stations we have to control millions of crimes.
According to 2018 statistics, there are more than 700 police stations in Punjab province out of which 66 in Rawalpindi division, 73 in Bahawalpur, 63 in Dera Ghazi Khan, 108 in Multan, 139 in Lahore, 115 in Gujranwala, 75 in Faisalabad, and 75 in Sargodha. 75 There are 66 police stations.

According to statistics, there are about 600 police stations in Sindh province out of which 151 are in the Sukkur division, 96 in Larkana, 152 in Hyderabad, 51 in Mirpur Khas, and 116 in Karachi.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has about 300 police stations, of which 53 are in Peshawar Division, 27 in Mardan, 25 in Kohat, 19 in Dera Ismail Khan, 19 in Bannu, 19 in Hazara, and 55 in Malakand.
There are about 150 police stations in Balochistan out of which 35 are in Quetta, 15 in Zhob, 15 in Sibi, 29 in Naseerabad, 22 in Kalat, and 14 in Makran. There are 22 police stations in Islamabad.
It should be noted that these figures are only for police stations, ie police stations, while police officers stationed at police posts and other places are in additio

The police are considered the most important of the law enforcement agencies because when a citizen has a problem related to crime, he first looks to the police for a solution.
Police officers working in every city of the country, including Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, and Islamabad, work against criminals to protect the lives and property of citizens and arrest and bring them to justice.
Such officials repeatedly arrest criminals and detain them in police stations, who are later released on bail. When they are released, the lives of most police officers are in danger.
Released criminals sometimes attack the police, but armed police officers know how to deal with such attacks. However, there is no record of how many policemen were killed by criminals.

The most dangerous terrorist attack is considered a suicide attack. A terrorist commits suicide by planting a bomb on his body and targeting a police officer or any other important person.
In the 18 years since 2002, there have been at least 450 suicide attacks on police officers, with at least 3,700 martyred.

Over the past 14 years, more than 7,000 Pakistanis have been martyred in suicide attacks, while more than 14,270 have been injured.
750 in Sindh, 1,457 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 450 in Balochistan, and 370 in Punjab have been martyred in the last 18 years, with figures from FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Azad Kashmir in addition.

It should be noted that the police personnel has no personal enmity with the criminals but they come forward only for the protection of the people and sacrifice their lives while performing their duties.
Today, Police Martyrs’ Day is being observed in every province of Pakistan, keeping in mind that whether the martyrs belong to the police or to the Pakistan Army, the value of every human life is equal in the sight of God Almighty.
According to Islam, the savior of a human being is the one who saves the lives of all humanity and the police personnel is engaged in fulfilling the sacred duty of saving many human lives on a daily basis.
Now is the time to show solidarity with the martyrs because they are the ones who are always there to protect the lives and property of the people.

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