ISLAMABAD, Jan 2: Communication Minister Dr Arbab Alamgir Khan on Monday pledged to fill in 1,053 posts lying vacant in the National Highways and Motorway Police (NHMP).

These posts are in different ranks including chief patrolling officers, senior patrolling officers, patrolling officers, assistant patrolling officers, junior patrolling officers and civilian class four staff.

Dr Arbab Alamgir Khan gave assurance at a meeting on Monday. He said the ministry would provide all types of facilities to NHMP.— Staff Reporter

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Muhammad Samin
July 3, 2012 6:26 am
I like too much job in nhmp.Because it is very respectful job.They are all working honestly.When it will announce.
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