ISLAMABAD: In a recent development, a total of 56 Assistant Sub-Inspectors (ASIs) of Islamabad police have been promoted to the next rank based on the recommendations put forth by the Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC) of the force.
Expressing his commitment to the welfare of the police force, Islamabad Capital City Police Officer (ICCPO) Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan emphasized the significance of each member’s contributions, applauding them as heroes who continue to serve the public despite numerous challenges. He conveyed his congratulations to the newly promoted officers who have attained the rank of Sub-Inspectors.
With the objective of filling vacant positions at various ranks as promptly as possible, ICCPO instructed the Capital Police Officer (Headquarters), who serves as the chairman of the Departmental Promotion Committee, to convene a meeting for this purpose.
Acting upon the directive, the committee meticulously reviewed the records of the officials during the DPC meetings and subsequently recommended the promotion of 56 Assistant Sub-Inspectors to their respective higher ranks.
Following the DPC’s recommendations, a notification has been issued to promote the Assistant Sub-Inspectors to the rank of Inspectors.
While 08 ASIs could not be promoted due to not passing the departmental examination, the ASIs who were not promoted will be re-evaluated in the departmental examination next month.
The Islamabad Capital Police chief congratulated all the officers and said that responsibilities of promoted officers have increased and they have to work with more dedication to accomplish their task. He hoped for their better output in future and urged them to work hard for protection of the lives and property of citizens.
The Islamabad police chief appreciated the hard work of policemen and said that each member of the force is a hero for him as he serves the people despite various odds which are really appreciable.
The ICCPO Dr Akbar Nasir Khan said that he along with his team was making efforts to improve law and order in the city and ensure protection to the lives and property of the citizens.