Thirteen police service counters, established by the Lahore police in various hospitals of the provincial capital, have issued a total of 10,433 medicolegal certificates so far this year.
In a statement released today, Capital City Police Officer Bilal Siddique Kamyana emphasized that these police service counters are available to the public round-the-clock.
During the current year, the following numbers of medical certificates were issued: 1,995 from General Hospital, 1,576 from Jinnah Hospital, 1,256 from Services Hospital, 1,159 from Mayo Hospital, 871 from Kot Khawaja Saeed Hospital, 506 from Mayo Hospital, and 370 from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. Additionally, 304 medical certificates were issued from Nawaz Sharif Hospital. Furthermore, 563 certificates were issued from Rural Health Center Barki, 685 from Awan Dheaye Wala, 397 from Manga Mandi, 423 from Rural Health Center Raiwind, and 328 from Rural Health Center Chung, he added.
The CCPO added that police officials are also receiving assistance with medical police verifications and treatment. So far this year, a total of 2,102 police officers and their families have been provided with necessary facilities through the police service counters. The timely issuance of medicolegal certificates is a positive development that is helping the public in their legal matters. The police service counters have proven to help deal with medical and legal issues arising from accidents and other happenings, concluded the CCPO.