Balochistan to have online FIR soon

Published November 30, 2019
"The common man should feel ease while lodging complains at police station," says Balochistan home minister. — Dawn Archives/File
"The common man should feel ease while lodging complains at police station," says Balochistan home minister. — Dawn Archives/File

QUETTA: Balochistan Minister for Home and Tribal Affairs Mir Zia Langove has promised to ensure relief for applicants at police stations through introduction of online FIR registration facility.

“The common man should feel ease while lodging complain at police station,” he said and urged Balochistan police to speed up work on introducing online FIR registration facility to lessen complainants’ burden.

Published in Dawn, November 30th, 2019

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