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IG Punjab Allocates Over 2 Million Rupees for Injured Police Officers’ Medical Treatment

Lahore: In a significant move aimed at supporting the health and welfare of the police force, Inspector General of Police Punjab, Dr. Usman Anwar, has allocated over 2 million rupees for the medical treatment of officers and officials injured in the line of duty across various districts.

According to Punjab Police, the funding includes 14 lakh rupees for a traffic warden from Lodhran police, Muhammad Dildar, for leg operation and treatment, and 2 lakh rupees for Constable Muhammad Mujahid of Faisalabad police who was injured. Additionally, Constable Zawar Hussain received 1.62 lakh rupees for cancer treatment, while Constable Tajamul Hussain of Sialkot police and Constable Abdul Khaliq of Faisalabad police were each granted one and a half lakh rupees for their medical expenses.

Dr. Usman Anwar emphasized the importance of swift rehabilitation for Ghazi personnel injured during duty, affirming his commitment to continue providing full support through the Welfare Branch, which carefully scrutinized and approved the disbursal of these funds.