MoNC Sec. Durrani visits ANF academy

By Staff Reporter
Wednesday – March 10, 2021
ISLAMABAD: The ministry of narcotics control (MoNC) secretary (Sec.) Akbar Hussain Durrani expressed his resolve, Tuesday, to address all outstanding capacity-building issues of anti narcotics force (ANF) academy including allotment of adjacent plot for establishment of training area and completion of forensic laboratory.

According to a press release, MoNC Sec. Durrani visited the ANF academy in the federal capital.

Upon his arrival, he was received by the ANF academy commandant brigadier (Brig.) Akhtar Aleem, who then gave a comprehensive briefing about the role, function and mandate of ANF academy.

He highlighted that the training activities are conducted not only for ANF personnel but also for other federal and provincial law enforcement agencies (LEA) personnel.

After the briefing, MoNC Sec. Durrani addressed the participants of an ongoing course at the ANF academy and advised them to exhibit highest standards of morality and professionalism while discharging their official duties and to desist from involvement in malpractices.

He further emphasised upon the importance of training courses and urged the participants to take keen interest in training activities of academic as well as practical nature.

After the address in the auditorium, MoNC Sec. Durrani visited various parts of the academy including the under-construction women’s hostel which is being built with support from United States (US) Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement - Pakistan (INL-P).

He appreciated the professionalism and competence of the ANF academy commandant Brig. Aleem and his team. In the end, the ANF academy commandant presented a souvenir to MoNC Sec. Durrani.