OKARA, Aug 10: In a rare move, the district police officer has raised a ‘quick response force (QRF)’ in Okara.

DPO Usman Akram told newsmen the QRF would conduct a flag march in the city daily to create an awareness among citizens that the police were just a call away from them in emergency. The force would reach the site of the incident within no time after receiving the call, he said. — Correspondent

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