Sindh Police Get New Uniforms

The Sindh government has approved new uniforms for the Sindh Police.

Sindh Inspector General of Police Dr. Kaleem Imam made the recommendation. He said that the main reason to change the uniforms is to augment the policing process and to render it up to international standards.

Deputy Inspector General Operations Maqsood Ahmed gave a briefing on the new uniforms at the introduction ceremony. Ahmed said that the new uniforms have been designed according to the local weather conditions in line with the latest international standards.

According to a press release, only Sindh Police will provide the new uniforms to ensure that the fabric quality, color, and stitching remains consistent.

“Local suppliers and vendors will not be allowed to display the new uniforms at their outlets,” reads the press release.

In the first phase, the uniforms will be given to the five units of Sindh Police, i.e., Central Investigation Agency, Traffic Police, Anti-Riot Reserve Platoons, Central Police Office, and Forensic Division Sindh.

For Traffic Police officers, the uniform will be a white shirt, navy blue pant, and navy blue p-cap. The Traffic Police personnel will get a half-sleeve white t-shirt, navy blue pants, and navy blue p-cap.

The officers will get a dark blue shirt, navy blue pant, and navy blue p-cap. Whereas, uniform for the Head Constables, Constables will be dark blue half-sleeve shirt while the pant and cap will be the same as other police officers.

  • Dressing a pig in a Zegna suit won’t make it a horse. What Sindh police needs is cleansing from corruption, which, unfortunately, is present everywhere in Sindh.

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