LAHORE - Punjab Police Inspector General Arif Nawaz Khan on Sunday directed the officers to put security on high alert in the wake of a terrorist attack on a luxury hotel in Gwadar, Balochistan.
The CCPO Lahore, all RPOs, CPOs and DPOs have been directed to make “hotel eye system” functional, whereas no person should be allowed to stay in hotels and guest houses without having national identification card, said a notification issued here by the IGP Office.
As per notification, intra-provincial and intra-districts check-posts should be made more effective for better monitoring and checking.
The IGP ordered for increasing working hours of Dolphin Squad, Police Emergency Response Unit, Quick Response Force and other patrolling forces in surrounding of worship places.
Crackdown on criminals continues across Punjab
Also, on the directions of IGP Arif Nawaz Khan, a crackdown on criminals and anti-social elements continued across Punjab.
At least 132 accused, including 42 proclaimed offenders, were arrested during the last two weeks in Muzaffargarh. A huge cache of drugs and illegal weapons were also seized from them.