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Establish women police stations and desks at all levels

The promise is a part of the PTI's plan to reform police in Pakistan.
Updated 09 Aug, 2021 10:29pm

The PTI hopes to reform police in Pakistan, an institution the party has termed “ill-equipped, poorly trained, deeply politicised, and chronically corrupt,” in its manifesto, adding that “Police reforms have been neglected by successive governments to continue using the force as a political tool.”

One part of the reforms promised is the establishment of women police stations and desks “at all levels to facilitate female empowerment.”

Source: PTI Manifesto 2018


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