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Rawalpindi Police sets up daycare centre to facilitate woman officers

The daycare centre established by the Rawalpindi Police. — Twitter/RwpPolice

In an attempt to facilitate the force’s woman officers, the Rawalpindi Police has set up a daycare centre for their children.

In the pictures shared by the city police’s Twitter handle, the daycare centre seems to come fully equipped with modern facilities for the children.

“Another step by CPO @AhsanPSP to ensure welfare of force as envisioned by IGP Punjab,” the tweet said.

The tweet said the establishment of the centre would facilitate the woman officer and “relieve (them) from worries of their beloved little ones while on duty”.

Meanwhile, City Police Officer, Rawalpindi, Muhammad Ahsan Younas, responding to the tweet, said: “Alhumdulilah Rawalpindi Police has fulfilled the vision of IGP Punjab.”

“A modern Day Care Centre is fully operational. To protect and to serve @RwpPolice,” he added.

Furthermore, Amna Baig, a Rawalpindi police officer, said that it was important for work places to be gender sensitive.

“Happy to be working for a department that caters to the needs of its lady officers so well,” she added.

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