LAHORE: Outgoing Inspector General of Police (IGP) Inam Ghani on Tuesday said that eradication of crimes, further improvement in public service delivery, better welfare of subordinate force and effective use of information technology in policing had been his top priorities. He expressed these views while talking to his subordinates at his farewell function held at Central Police Office here. He thanked the subordinates for their excellent teamwork and support and said that with the joint efforts and professionalism of all officers, the Punjab police had not only successfully completed several projects but also resolved the problems of people through smart and community policing. He said that it had always been his endeavour to ensure that no one’s heart was hurt or harmed by his authority and behaviour, adding that he was happy that the new Chief of Punjab Police Sardar Ali Khan was also a very professional, capable and hardworking officer.
Inam said that he hoped that Sardar Ali Khan would continue the projects of modern policing, so that Punjab police as an institution would be further strengthened and the process of public service delivery would be further improved. The officers present on the occasion eulogized the services of Inam Ghani as IG Punjab and said that he faced every challenge with determination due to his excellent leadership qualities and effective use of information technology instead of traditional policing. At the end, Additional IG South Punjab Capt (retd) Zafar Iqbal presented a bouquet to Inam Ghani.