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Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi Initiates Mubeen Cottages Project to Honor Families of Islamabad Police Martyrs

Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi

Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi has taken a significant step in addressing the long-standing housing issue for the families of 64 Islamabad Police martyrs, resolving a 43-year-old concern. In a heartening move, Naqvi announced the construction of five marla houses for the families in Chak Segu, Rawalpindi’s NPF sego forms.

Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi

During a ceremony, Naqvi personally distributed allotment letters of plots to the martyrs’ families, including a touching moment where he presented an allotment letter and words of comfort to an elderly woman. “It is our responsibility to take care of the families of martyrs,” Naqvi stated, emphasizing that this initiative is a right for the families, not a favor. He acknowledged that no compensation can equate to the sacrifice of the martyrs.

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Inspector General (IG) Islamabad Ali Nasir Rizvi briefed Naqvi and the attending guests about the project. The event was attended by the Managing Director of the National Police Foundation, Chairman of the CDA, Chief Commissioner of Islamabad, and families of RPO Rawalpindi and Shuhada police.

This initiative underscores the government’s commitment to supporting the families of those who have sacrificed their lives in the line of duty, ensuring they receive the care and respect they deserve.