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PAKISTAN:POLICE-TRIBUTE

Local News Islamabad, ISLAMABAD

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Coronavirus message on social media melts  Islamabad police  chief’s heart.

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Islamabad police chief awards shield to two small girls whose salute to all forces combatting COVID-19 went viral on social media,

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Shotlist:    SOCIAL MEDIA  (APRIL  , 2020)    (INTERNET   – ACCESS ALL)

1.TWO SMALL GIRLS IN ISLAMABAD POLICE UNIFORM STANDING AT ATTENTION, SAYING: (English) “STAY HOME. STAY SAFE.”
2.TWO GIRLS IN POLICE UNIFORM SAYING:  (Urdu) “We salute all the doctors, nurses, police officers and all security forces who are  combatting the coronavirus.”
3.GIRLS SALUTING

          (ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN)   (APRIL 13, 2020)    (ISLAMABAD POLICE- ACCESS ALL)   (MUTE)
4. INSPECTOR GENERAL  (IG) OF ISLAMABAD POLICE, AAMIR ZULFIQAR KHAN, STANDING WITH THE TWO GIRLS
5. KHAN HANDING CASH AWARDS TO GIRLS
6. KHAN AWARDING SHIELD TO GIRLS
7. VARIOUS STILL PHOTOGRAPHS OF KHAN STANDING WITH BOTH SMALL GIRLS

STORY:  Two small girls, wearing replicas of Islamabad police uniforms, saluted “all the doctors, nurses, police officers and all security forces who are  combatting the coronavirus,” in a clip posted on social media that went viral.
“Stay home; stay safe,” the girls chant as they stand at attention, before they salute.
The video impressed Islamabad police  Inspector General (IG)  Aamir Zulfiqar Khan, who invited the girls, Shanzay and Shazeen,  to his office and handed them a shield, and some cash as a goodwill gesture.
“Your video has raised the morale of the police force,” a statement from Islamabad police quoted the IG telling the girls.

Pakistan on Sunday reported 386 fresh coronavirus cases, bringing the total number of the COVID-19 patients in the country to 5,170.
While doctors, nurses and other medical staff have been battling the disease in hospitals and isolation centres,  police and law-enforcing personnel have been blocking roads and erecting temporary barriers to prevent people from violating a  lockdown that has been placed by the government to prevent the spread of the dreaded disease.

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