Punjab Police has been instructed to record a video of each raid they conduct.

The Punjab police have been mandated to record video footage of every raid they conduct, following an order issued by Inspector General Police (IGP) Dr. Usman Anwar. This directive came in response to a directive from Chief Minister Punjab Maryam Nawaz Sharif. The IGP has instructed police officials to capture videos using mobile phones if body cameras are not available.

Furthermore, the police have been directed to ensure prompt registration of First Information Reports (FIRs) without any delay. Additionally, they are required to operate within the bounds of their authority and refrain from overstepping their jurisdiction in any circumstance.

In light of recent incidents of violence against women involving police officers, such as the case in Rawalpindi, strict measures have been put in place to address such misconduct. The authorities have emphasized the importance of personal vigilance by police officers in monitoring cases of child abuse.

Additionally, Chief Minister Punjab has set a one-month deadline for the authorities to address the issue of garbage disposal across the province. Maryam Nawaz Sharif emphasized the importance of adherence to instructions, stating, “There is one month’s time and after that I will see where instructions were followed and where not,” during the inaugural meeting regarding the progress of the Clean Punjab Project.

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