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Sindh police to recruit transgender people for the first time: inspector-general

April 1, 2019

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Sindh police will recruit transgender persons for the first time, announced Sindh Inspector-General Dr Kaleem Imam on Monday.

He said the newly-hired transgender persons will work in different departments of the Sindh police.

The Sindh IG also announced the reinstatement of the quota for persons with disabilities. Necessary steps would be taken in this regard soon, he said, adding that steps will be taken to ensure employment opportunities in the police department for minorities.

Related: Transgender people get their own separate ward at Islamabad’s PIMS hospital

Efforts are being made to make policing compatible to the requirements of the modern era, he said, adding that there is a special focus on trying to promote a public-friendly environment, especially at the police stations.

He said success in fighting a crime involves a collaboration between the police and the public.

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    ShaaerYar Haider   May 15, 2019 9:09 am/ Reply

    Sir, Congratulation for IG Dr Kaleem Imam sahab.
    Main dil see apko Khush amdeed kheta hn.

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