Sindh Police Stations to Receive Direct Funding of Rs4.5 Billion

News Desk2 weeks ago

Ghulam Nabi Memon, the Sindh IGP, stated in an exclusive interview with ARY News that the SHOs are becoming independent with the direct budgetary allotment.

The Sindh IG stated that the government of Sindh also wants a specific budget for the police force. Previously, top officers received a lump sum budget for police stations; however, the new plan intends to deliver this budget directly to the police stations.

Memon went on to say that the SHOs will now be able to use the budget directly, which will allow for the payment of bills like car upkeep and other operating costs.

funding are needed to operate police stations and carry out investigations, and a shortage of funding frequently contributes to corruption problems. “There should be some improvement thanks to this solution.”

Ghulam Nabi Memon, the Sindh IG, also unveiled a Rs5 billion police benefit package. As part of the initiative, Sindh Police will now have access to previously unavailable medical services.

There will now be yearly medical coverage of up to one million rupees for every Sindh Police personnel. According to the chief police officer in Sindh, this coverage includes their spouses, kids, and parents, who can get care at any hospital.

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Ghulam Nabi Memon, the Sindh Inspector General, went on to say that the long-standing request to replace more than 2,000 police vehicles—some of which have been in service for more than ten years—has been granted.

Over the course of the next three years, this replacement will be done gradually, giving police stations that are most in need of new cars first dibs on receiving them.

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