LAHORE: Chief Minister of Punjab, Shahbaz Sharif chaired a high-level security meeting earlier today and reviewed the overall law and order situation of the province – ARY News reports.
During the meeting, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said that maintaining law and order in the province is top priority of his government and all the necessary measures are being taken in this regard. He stated that the Punjab Government has provided resources to police despite of difficulties and it will continue to do so for the maintenance of peace.
Shahbaz clarified that there is no room for the negligent personnel in the police department. He told that along with the education of the children and medical facility for the family, Punjab Government has also decided to set a compensation of Rs 5 crore for the martyrs.
The Chief Minister vowed to provide free home to the heirs of police martyrs.
Speaking about Amna Batool Case in Muzaffargarh, CM Shahbaz said that the family of the victim shall be served justice at all cost and the Government of Punjab will bear the expenses of her case.