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Liaison between Pakistani community and police is stronger than before, Police Commissioner Edward Caban

NEW YORK: New York Police Commissioner Edward Caban has said that the liaison between the Pakistani community and the police has become stronger than before.

This he said while addressing town hall meeting with Muslim community.  The town hall meeting between the New York Police Department and the Pakistani community held at Coney Island avenue Brooklyn. The meeting began with the recitation of the Holy Quran. Later, the American national anthem was sung while Lieutenant Mohammad Ali sang the national anthem of Pakistan.

The meeting was attended by large number of Pakistani community and Pakistani-American police officers and officials. Police Commissioner Edward Caban, First Deputy Commissioner Tania Kinsella, Police Chief Jeffery Maddrey, Inspector Adeel Rana and Consul General Amir Ahmed Atuzai attended as special guests.

Addressing the participants, Police Commissioner Edward Caban said that it is an honor to be here with the executive members. He also thanked Consul General Amir Ahmed Atuzai who brought two different nationalities together.

Police Chief Jeffery Maddrey also expressed his views on this occasion. In response to the query of the participants, he said that it often happens that the officers show interest in becoming the commander of any area and they were assigned such responsibilities while keeping in view of their abilities and competence.

A large number of representatives of different community organizations and journalists attended the meeting. Addressing the participants, Consul General Amir Ahmed Atuzai said that it is necessary for all segment of the society to work together for achieving success against crimes in the society. The participants also asked questions to police officers on different issues.

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