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23-03-2017

Acting IGP KP Syed Akhtar Ali Shah today called on the Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak at CM Secretariat Peshawar.
The Acting Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Syed Akhtar Ali Shah today called on the Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak at CM Secretariat Peshawar.

During the meeting police professional matters particularly police reforms came under discussion. On this occasion the Acting IGP briefed the Chief Minister about the Safe City Project. The Chief Minister was informed about the installation of cameras on different important/vintage points, the strategy to be evolved with all relevant departments and installation of software equipped with all modern and latest facilities. It may be recalled that the said software would be developed keeping in view the latest security system of the world and through which all concerned departments would be interlinked with each other. Similarly all relevant departments will come in prompt action in case of any emergency, suspect movement and its identification, threat alerts and traffic haphazard and will discharge its respective responsibilities accordingly. Likewise command and control center would also be established for the Safe City Project in which FM Radio channel facilities would also be available. Through this radio channel the public will be informed and educated about the traffic jamming and taking alternate routes for reaching their respective destination. The Chief Minister directed for early completion of the Safe City Project. He also sanctioned Rs. 220 million for construction of police officers hostel and residential buildings for the force jawans in police line Peshawar. The Chief Minister also sanctioned the establishment of School of Traffic equipped with all modern facilities. The said school would be established in Kohat in which the force jawan would be imparted latest training on the pattern of motorway police. Traffic wardens would also be trained in the same school as well as the force jawan would be trained for effective enforcement of traffic rules and regulations in the province. The Chief Minister also expressed satisfaction over the establishment of modern police stations and its performance and announced establishment of more model police stations in each and every district of the province. The Chief Minister also sanctioned the installation of latest cameras on different points of Highways in the province under which the journey on these would be made safe and secure and effective steps would be taken for prevention and control of crime.