Policemen putting their lives at stake to save lives of citizens amid corona pandemic: IG South Zone


By Kaleem Khan Kakar Penaezai

KARACHI: Deputy Inspector General of Police – South Zone Sharjeel Kareem Kharal on Wednesday said that in this hostile times of outbreak of COVID-19, the personnel and officers of police are full of spirit to serve the citizens putting their own lives at risk.

He said that the Karachi Sports Forum besides distributing ration, masks, hand sanitizers and other items among 650 needy families of sportspersons, it is also distributing dates among the security personnel deputed at various check posts on Iftaar timings, which is commendable act.

The volunteers of forum also distribute refreshment boxes and tea among the personnel after Iftaar timings.

He expressed these views while addressing an event organized to honor policemen working on front line, at Do Talwar Roundabout, Clifton.

He thanked KSF Chairman Asif Azeem, Chief Organizer Waseem Hashmi and all of the volunteers of the forum.

DIGP Sharjeel said that like the past, the Jawans of police have also braved these difficult times and set a precedent. He said till now five policemen have martyred due to coronavirus. In this difficult hour, the KSF has raised the moral of our Jawans by honoring them.

Also present on the occasion CEO Essa Laboratories Dr. Farhan Essa also praised the efforts of KSF members and said that the forum has set a precedent.

KSF Chairman Asif Azeem, Chief Organizer Waseem Hashmi, SSP South Shiraz Nazir, CPLC Deputy Chief Murad Soni, members Sohail Japanwala, Raza Zaidi, Danish Aman, prominent leather industrialist Zeeshan Habib, Sindh Olympic Association’s Vice President Tehmina Asif, police officers and others were also present on the occasion.


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