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E-Challaning will be commended soon in Lahore, says CTO

E-Challaning will be commended soon in Lahore, says CTO

                    Chief Traffic Officer Lahore (CTO) Rai Ijaz Ahmad today presided a meeting in Punjab Police Integrated Command Control and Communication Center (PPIC3) Qurban lines. The main agenda of the meeting was E-Challaning. It was conveyed that E-Challaning will be commended in July. He also said that E-Challaning is an excellent initiative for resolving the citizens’...


Application to be Launched upon the Combat on Women harrasment in Punjab.

Application to be Launched upon the Combat on Women harrasment in Punjab.

Consistently Everyday we see our news feed is overflowed with reports of viciousness perpetrated on ladies, trailed by conspicuous articulations from our administration authorities to give equity to the persecuted. Such late signals may conciliate the masses however no amount of revenge can eradicate the difficult recollections that leak profound into the brains of the casualties and scars them forever.Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) as...


Additional IGs and DIGs Visited PPIC3

Additional IGs and DIGs Visited PPIC3

Add. IG Punjab, Arif Mushtaq, Add. IG. Ali ZunNorain, Add. IG Amjad Javed Saleemi, DIG. B.A. Nasir, DIG, Ch. Muhammad Shafiq & DIG. Ahmed Jahangir visited the PPIC3. DIG Ali Aamir Malik briefed them about the project and its expectations and how will this initiative curb crime rate in our city and ensure counter terrorism also.



Safe City deal inked

    LAHORE: The provincial government and Chinese firm Huawei signed Punjab Safe Cities Project here on Friday. Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif was the chief guest. The project will start from Lahore before being extended to Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Faisalabad and Multan. Under the project, 8023 latest CCTV cameras will be installed in Lahore in the first phase to be completed by October. At least 800...



Safe Cities: Agreement signed for provision of surveillance equipment

LAHORE: An agreement was signed on Friday between the provincial government and Chinese company Huawei for provision of surveillance equipment for the Punjab Safe Cities project. The first phase of the project will be completed by October. Around 8,023 cameras will be installed across the city and 800 mounted on police vehicles in a bid to modernise the system of surveillance. Huawei will provide these cameras...


10,000 surveillance cameras to be installed in Lahore – Express Tribune

10,000 surveillance cameras to be installed in Lahore – Express Tribune

LAHORE: The government has awarded a contract to install 10,000 surveillance cameras in Lahore to a Chinese company, The Express Tribune has learnt. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Punjab Safe Cities Authority and Huawei. “There was a single bidder for the Rs16 billion contract. As per rules, you cannot negotiate with a single bidder. However, the company voluntarily reduced the bid...


A Safer City – Editorial in The Nation

A Safer City – Editorial in The Nation

The Punjab government remains committed to displaying its penchant for unveiling grand schemes, and it has finally commenced the Safe City Project in Lahore, which will be operational by the first week October – its high-tech command, control, and communications system, all intact. With ample controversy regarding this project from the beginning, perhaps, with its new inauguration, the government has finally made sure it has...


First phase of Punjab Safe City Project completed: Rana Sana

First phase of Punjab Safe City Project completed: Rana Sana

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Law & Parliamentary Affairs Rana Sanaullah Khan has said that protection of life and property of the people is included in top priorities of the government. He said that Punjab Safe City Project will prove to be a milestone in curbing crimes including street crime. He said that government has tendered this project on very transparent and best conditions. He said...