On Thursday, the very first class of more than 300 female constables was graduated from the Police Training College in Sihala.
The ceremony’s principal guest Additional IG Recruitment and Training Kanwar Shahrukh was joined by Commandant and Additional IG Ghulam Rasool Zahid and Deputy Commandant Ashfaq Alam. The woman constables administer the oath to Course Commander SP Umbreen Ali.
Kanwar Shahrukh, Additional IG Training and Recruitment, presented souvenirs and awards to the position holders.
During the training at Sihala Training College, Aqsa Khalid of the Sialkot region earned first place overall, Soha Safdar Ali of Gujranwala got first place in the parade, and Sidra Bibi of Kasur received the Commandant’s Trophy in the shooting.
In his remarks at the occasion, he stated that the Punjab government is committed to gender policing inventiveness and that every man and woman has the constitutionally protected right to go to the police station and address their complaints.
He stated that the employment of female police patrol officers and officials will provide women with a sense of security while attending police stations and that Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazaar is attempting to alter the police station culture.