Pakistan Army is actively enhancing the capabilities of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police through strategic initiatives.
Currently, 23,792 police personnel across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, particularly in newly merged districts, have undergone training in five phases.
A specialised three-week training programme is underway in North Waziristan for 40 police officers.
Moreover, specialised training has been provided to more than 600 police officers for Special Services Group (SSG), master training has been conducted for 300 officers, and 34 officers have received training in making bomb disposal units effective.
Over the past two years, the Pakistani military has trained 4,000 personnel in North Waziristan, aligning their skills with regional demands.
The military-led training covers weapon usage, search operations, and urban safeguarding in critical situations.
This prepares Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police officers to play a crucial role in countering terrorism and maintaining peace in the future.
The Pakistan Army is also actively supporting the families of 53 police martyrs in North Waziristan.
Continuing efforts to enhance the preparedness of other security agencies, the collaborative approach aims to completely eradicate threats like terrorism.
The military remains committed to ensuring the safety and security of the region, reflecting its determination to eliminate the menace of terrorism.