New York City
The Pakistani-American Law Enforcement Society has been active in building an interest among Pakistani-Americans to join law enforcement agencies.
President of the Pakistani-American Law Enforcement Society, Rohail Khalid holds a press conference in New York, Vice President, Asad Anwar, Treasurer, Muhammad Ishrat, Sergeant at Arms Faisal Ijaz, Recording Secretary Mehran Fayyaz and Event Coordinator Ehtesham Khan said that youth of Pakistani community are very talented and capable. They should join New York Police Department and other security agencies; we will provide them with all the information they need to know how to join any force.
PALS board members were also present at the press conference and said that Pakistani community should report any unpleasant incident to the police. This is their legal right. If there is any ambiguity or difficulty in filing a complaint, we will be available to guide the community members.
At last of the press conference, prayers were also offered for the forgiveness and elevation of ranks of 22 people killed in the Murree tragedy.