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New Uruzgan police chief pledges security, reforms

New Uruzgan police chief pledges security, reforms

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Jan 07, 2019 - 18:50

TIRINKOT (Pajhwok): The newly appointed police chief of central Uruzgan province has pledged to implement the rule of law and introduced reforms in police department.

Brig. Gen. Mohammad Azeem Hashami who recently appointed as police chief by the Ministry of Interior was officially introduced to his office on on Monday.

Hashami said he wanted to bring improvement in the insecure areas of Uruzgan and introduce reforms.

“Security would be my priority if I stay for one hour as police chief,” he said.

The new police chief asked the residents to fully cooperate with him.

 The appointment of Hashmi came at a time when the government of Uruzgan recently accused the provincial police by saying that Uruzgan police were neither national nor professional.

Governor Asadullah Saeed assured the new police chief and his administration would fully cooperate with him.

The governor asked him to introduce reform in police ranks and ensure the security of common people.

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