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Shocking Report Uncovers 41 Ghost Employees in Islamabad Police

41 Ghost Employees

ISLAMABAD: In a shocking revelation, a recent report has uncovered the existence of 41 ghost employees within the legal branch of Islamabad police.

These ghost employees, ranging from the ranks of constable to sub-inspector, have been fraudulently drawing salaries and benefits without ever reporting for duty.

The initial investigations have revealed that these ghost employees were involved in various corrupt practices, including bribery. These individuals were officially deployed in the Legal Branch but have never actually shown up for work.

As a result of these findings, the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Legal Branch has been issued a show-cause notice, demanding an explanation and a detailed report within 10 days.

The notice also highlighted the suspicious nature of the situation, noting that not a single one of these employees has taken any leave or submitted a leave application during the entire period under scrutiny. This further raised suspicions about their fraudulent activities.

In response to this scandal, the Islamabad police have implemented new orders to prevent similar issues in the future. One such measure includes banning police officers from wearing their uniforms when they are off-duty.

According to details, the federal capital police issued these new orders via wireless communication, stating that officers are not allowed to wear their uniforms while commuting to and from their duty stations.

Additionally, police officials have been instructed to wear their uniforms only at their designated points of duty. During duty hours, officers must be accompanied by at least one other officer and are required to carry their weapons at all times.

This decision was made in light of the current security situation in the city and aims to ensure the safety and security of both the officers and the general public.

The uncovering of these ghost employees has prompted a significant response from the police department, which is now taking serious steps to address and rectify these issues.

By tightening regulations and enforcing stricter oversight, the Islamabad police hope to restore integrity and trust within the force and prevent future instances of such fraudulent activities.

The department’s proactive measures highlight its commitment to maintaining a high standard of accountability and professionalism among its officers.

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