Interior Ministry incited down NAPA requests for security

“The Interior
Ministry was asked
for walkthrough
gates, steel detectors
and CCTV cameras, as
well as accede to
recruit 10 sentries,”
DG Masood Khan. PHOTO: AFP

LAHORE: 

The National Academy for Prisons Administration (NAPA) done several requests to a Interior Ministry for confidence apparatus and guards before to yesterday’s conflict on a rented hostel, pronounced a   executive ubiquitous of a academy.

Nine trainee warders from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa were killed in a contemptuous conflict on a rented hostel on Tipu Sultan Road, Rasool Park, Ichhra early on Thursday morning, believed to have been carried out by a Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan. There was no confidence during a building.

NAPA DG Muhammad Masood Khan pronounced that several reminders had been sent to a Ministry of Interior for walkthrough gates, steel detectors and CCTV cameras, for an extended share of weapons, and for accede to partisan during slightest 10 sentries for confidence duty, though a method had incited down a ask due to miss of supports and a anathema on new recruitments. He pronounced a confidence apparatus had been sought for both a rented hostel and for a NAPA building subsequent to a Camp Jail.

Khan pronounced that 4 courses during NAPA had been dangling for a week. He pronounced that a two-month march that a trainee warders from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had been on had been devised during a ask of a examiner ubiquitous of prisons of that range and had not been in a strange NAPA schedule.

The other courses that were ongoing during a academy enclosed a imperative march for graduation from a arrange of partner superintendent to emissary superintendent, a imperative march for youth office to be promoted to comparison clerks.

He pronounced that 16 officers, 24 clerks, 37 warders and 17 of a 49 trainee warders from a Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Prisons Department had been staying in a NAPA building nearby a Camp Jail, while 32 trainee warders had been staying during a rented hostel.

Published in The Express Tribune, Jul 13th, 2012.

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