Punjab Police Inspector General Muhammad Tahir has said that a massive crackdown was under way across the province to hunt down most wanted criminals and terrorists. The police chief also claimed that the overall law and order situation had improved in the province following the establishment of specialized police units including CTD, SPU, Dolphins, PRU, and Anti Riots Force. The IGP further said that the front-desks in police stations are working effectively to help victims get justice. He said that training courses for police force had also been upgraded keeping in mind the rules of smart and community policing while police service centers have been established in all districts where facilities like character certificates and tenants registration are being provided under the one-roof. The IGP stated this while addressing a 59-member delegation of 109th National Management Course at the central police office on Monday. Punjab’s Additional-IG Azhar Hameed Khokhar, Rai Muhammad Tahir, and DIG Babar Bakht Qureshi were also present on this occasion besides others. On this occasion, DIG Sajjad Hassan Khan Manj briefed the delegation about the police working and the use of modern IT technology.