Mushtaq Mughal ISLAMABAD - Air Chief Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman on Thursday said that policemen along with personnel of Armed Forces are fighting against terrorists and the menace of terrorism will be stamped out through their joint efforts. He expressed these views here at the passing-out parade of the 14th Lower Course at Police Lines headquarters here. A total of 283 constables including 21 lady constables passed out this four-month long course. Inspector General of Police Islamabad Wajid Ali Durrani, senior police officials, foreign diplomats and family members of the passing out candidates also attended the ceremony. Addressing the ceremony, the PAF Chief said that POLICE officials have sacrificed their lives in the line of duty and ensured protection to the lives and property of the citizens in difficult situation. "These sacrifices will be remembered forever and menace of terrorism will be rooted out," he maintained. He said that terrorism is a challenge for the senior officials but it is really appreciable that the police have protected this city and several terrorists have been nabbed. On the occasion, IGP Durrani stressed the need for keeping the force abreast of the latest technologies and techniques that offer practical and more responsive solution to security-related issues. He congratulated all the graduating officers for bearing the rigours of a demanding physical as well as mental training and finally achieving this distinguished milestone. The tough training that you have gone through is only a beginning of a more challenging career ahead, the IGP said and also urged them to refine their abilities in the eyes of persistent danger with bravery and display upright conduct, refined manners and a high sense of responsibility in public dealings. The IGP said that instructors from USA and other countries are assisting Islamabad police for maintaining high standards of professional training. He hoped that the new batch of graduating officers will maintain high level of enthusiasm and competence in discharge their public duties. He said that such courses are meant for capacity building and polish the skills of those offices being promoted to the next ranks. The IGP also stressed the passing out police employees to adopt honest attitude in their service and make utmost effort to win the public confidence. Later, the Chief Guest Chief of Air Staff awarded trophies and commendation certificates to Constable Zubair Shah for securing first position in fire, Constable Ikram Abbassi for being declared best in parade, Arshad Mehmud for Best in Academies, Constable Nasir Nawaz for All round second position and to Muhammad Ishaq for All-round first position. Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman also visited the monuments of martyrs established at police line headquarters and laid floral wreath there. He paid tributes to the martyrs of personnel of law enforcement agencies including Islamabad Police force who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty. Talking to media men, the IGP said that he is reviewing the matters of various police units after assuming the charge." Capital police would be made modern police and latest technologies would be utilized in view of terror threats as it can lead us towards success," he added.