CAP gifts 5000 masks to Capital Cops

By Uzma Zafar

ISLAMABAD: Chainstore Association of Pakistan (CAP) on Thursday handed over 5000 surgical masks to Islamabad police which is standing on the frontline in struggle to curb COVID-19. These masks were formally handed over to IGP Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar by CAP representative Aamira Hikmat here at Central Police Office. AIG Establishment Kamran Adil, AIG Operations Harron Joya, SSP Traffic Farrukh Rasheed were also present on the occasion.
The CAP representative said that a total of 15,000 masks would be given to Islamabad in different phases. These masks are being distributed among police and other institutions in conjunction with Ministry of Information as a part of campaign namely` mask for all, the CAP representative added.
The IGP thanked the representative of CAP and said that Capital Cops were performing role at frontline to combat this daunting challenge. Islamabad Police Chief said that efforts are also being made for to protect health of policemen so that they may accomplish their responsibilities in an effective manner. He said that Islamabad police is standing with its citizens and the morale of the force is very much high.
He also appreciated the performance of Operational Division Police headed by DIG (Operations) Waqar Uddin Syed in this tough time. Mr. Aamir Zulfiqar said that Capital Cops was creating awareness among citizens to adopt precautionary measures and also doing its best to ensure protection to the lives and property of the citizens.
Islamabad Police Chief said that Capital Cops were maintaining law and order and also ensuring fair distribution of ration to the deserving people with the help of philanthropists. He said that these masks would be distributed among those performing duties in field including traffic policemen so that they could work in safe atmosphere.