Welfare Eye celebrates first anniversary

Published: June 14, 2018
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A ceremony celebrating the first year of Welfare Eye, an android application made in order to provide for the families of martyred police officers, was held at Al-Hamra Hall on Wednesday. During the ceremony, Eid gifts were distributed among officials and the children of martyred officers.

Lahore Capital City Police Officer Amin Wains said that he considers police officer’s families to be one single family; their welfare is my prime responsibility, he stated.

He also congratulated SSP Admin Rana Ayaz Saleem for this year’s performance, adding that after accomplishing this feat, Lahore police has initiated several other projects.

Welfare Eye app comes to rescue cops

The success of this project is marked by the fact that police forces in other provinces have also adopted this application, he boasted. Through this application, the issues faced by the families of martyred policemen are being addressed via a single SMS.

We will remember the sacrifices made by the martyrs of the Lahore police force; our future generations will also pay their respects, he added.

In order to commemorate the sacrifices made by martyred police officials, a memorial wall has been constructed on Mall Road, he maintained.

SSP admin Rana Ayaz Saleem said that Lahore police will not forget the families of the martyrs during Eid. Gifts will also be sent to the families of those martyrs who belong to other districts in Punjab, he stressed.

DIG Operations Dr Moin Masood, SSP Operations Muntazir Mehdi, acting CTO Asif Siddiq and other officials were also present on the occasion.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 14th, 2018.

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