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Policing in the Third World

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Islamabad: On hearing word "Police" a common citizen understands safety and protection in the developed nations. It also brings the prevalence of law to his memory. However, these psychological feelings differ totally in the third world where the police are defamed as the brand of violating laws, subjugating values and norms of police discipline. Herewith, it carries out its duties mainly of dealing political disturbances such as blockages, protests and dharnas. It also undertakes its protocol duties mainly due to security threats to their political bosses. More surprisingly, it is reported to fulfill the financial demands, put forth by their high ups as well as the tax deficiencies of state through traffic challans and countering suspicious vehicles. Nastily, in the third world, police perform duel role in the matter of negative happenings on its behalf. It appeared to take bribes from commoners on roads for unquoted reasons and connive at the influential persons' wide-ranging blunders. Finally, it is considered a mark of corruption in the said third world.

 

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Muhammad Irfan has authored books; (1) The Global Peace and (2) Fighting A Menace. He is an internationally recognized scholar. He has presented his papers in national and international conferences. He is also a freelance journalist and (more...)
 

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