ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Thursday said police would have to be public-friendly as without help of citizens crime cannot be controlled.
While speaking during his sudden visits to different police stations of Islamabad including Ramna, Secretariat and Kohsar, the minister said police should make public service as their obligation and citizens coming to police stations should be facilitated.
The minister reviewed police stations reporting rooms and also checked the daily journals. He was briefed by the on-duty reporting room staff of police stations on the occasion.
Ahsan Iqbal, after having a chat with citizens in police stations, issued orders for immediate resolution of their problems.
The interior minister also reviewed under construction building of Ramna Police Station and expressed concern over slow construction work, directing the authorities to complete the work as soon as possible.
During his visit to Secretariat police station, he admonished concerned officers for delay in construction of Model Community Center and directed that all police stations should have established a community center on priority.