Special Police Force for protection of worship places of minorities
KARACHI Jan 10,2022 – For the first time in the history, Sindh Police is setting up a separate unit called Special Police Force for the protection of places of worship of Hindus, Christians, Sikhs and other minorities in the province.
Following attacks on temples, churches, gurdwaras and other places of worship of minorities in different cities of the province, Sindh police has decided to set up special force.
With the approval of the provincial government, Sindh Police has set up a separate unit called Special Police Force.
The unit will be tasked with protecting temples, churches and other minority places of worship. According to police authorities, new units will be deployed at minority places of worship only.
In the first phase, appointments are being made at district level. There is also a quota for minorities and women in this special force.
According to the police authorities, the places of worship of minorities are under threat.
2680 seats of the unit will be filled under general merit and 141 seats under minority quota. Thus 141 seats of lady personnel will be filled on general merit while the remaining 8 seats will be filled under minority quota.
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Sindh Police has also released an advertisement. In all the districts of Karachi 1142 seats will be filled under general merit, 60 under minority quota, 60 under women quota and 3 under minority quota.
There will be 62 posts in Jamshoro, 62 in Badin, 62 in Tando Allahyar, 62 in Dadu, 62 in Tando Allahyar, 62 in Matiari, 62 in Tando Muhammad Khan and 62 in Sujawal.
Likewise, 50 seats will be filled in Sukkur, 158 in Khairpur and 126 in Ghotki, including the quota for women and minorities.
According to the advertisement, 99 seats will be filled in Larkana, 32 in Qambar, 83 in Shikarpur, 79 in Jacobabad, 26 in Benazirabad, 16 in Nowshero Feroze,
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