KARACHI: The Government of Sindh has approved the introduction of new uniforms for the provincial police force on the recommendation of the Inspector General Police, Dr Kaleem Imam.
The Sindh Police chief expressed that the main reason behind the changing the uniform was to enhance the policing process and to bring it at par with the International standards.
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DIG Operation, Maqsood Ahmed provided a briefing on the new uniforms at an introduction ceremony and said that new uniform designed to keep local weather conditions and contemporary international standards.
“Local suppliers and vendors will not be allowed to display the new uniforms at their outlets,” the statement said.
At initial, The new uniform will be introduced in five units of the Sindh Police, including the Traffic Police, Central Investigation Agency, Anti-Riot Reserve Platoons, Forensic Division Sindh and Central Police office.
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Earlier, Punjab Police took the similar step by changing the uniform later on reverted back to the old one.
It appears Sindh Government and Sindh Police should focus on the Policing standards instead of the uniforms.