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Khattak dismisses criticism hurled at KP police | Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The police in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa shouldn’t be denounced over just a few circumstances, KP Chief Minister Pervez Khattak mentioned, apparently referring to criticisms on the pressure that adopted the killings of Asma Rani in Kohat and a minor in Mardan.

Whereas addressing the media throughout a information convention within the federal capital Wednesday, CM KP mentioned forensic laboratory within the province will begin work on the latest circumstances in 15 to 20 days.

Nonetheless, he added, work was not delayed as a consequence of any political stress.

“There isn’t a political intervention in KP police,” the CM mentioned. “The KP authorities doesn’t meddle within the affairs of the police and it’s autonomous identical to the military is.”

Khattak mentioned even when the matter revolves across the district police officer, the inspector common of police in KP doesn’t seek the advice of the federal government officers. “The brother of an MPA is behind bars however I’ve mentioned nothing on the matter.”

In line with the CM, the KP authorities doesn’t consider in pressurising the police because it doesn’t have any optimistic outcomes.

CM KP lauded the police within the province, saying it was higher than the pressure in Punjab.

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