A DELEGATION OF 50 ATHLETES FROM GILGIT-BALTISTAN VISITED THE PUNJAB SAFE CITIES AUTHORITY
A DELEGATION OF 50 ATHLETES FROM GILGIT-BALTISTAN VISITED THE PUNJAB SAFE CITIES AUTHORITY THE DELEGATION OF MALE AND FEMALE ATHLETES ARE PARTICIPATING IN VARIOUS SPORTS AT THE 73RD PUNJAB GAMES ASIA’S LARGEST SURVEILLANCE WALL AT PSAC IS MAGNIFICENT, GILGIT ATHLETES THE INTEGRATED SYSTEM OF PSCA IS ENSURING PEACEFUL CONDUCT OF INTERNATIONAL SPORTS IN PAKISTAN, SPOKESPERSON Lahore October 27: A delegation of athletes participating in the 73rd edition of Punjab Games visited the Punjab Safe Cities Authority here on Thursday. The delegation comprises of 50 male and female athletes from Gilgit-Baltistan. Players from Gilgit Baltistan explore the city of Lahore through the eyes of the Safe Cities cameras. PSCA athletes described Asia’s largest wall as a magnificent surveillance tool. Lady athletes from Gilgit Baltistan expressed keen interest in the features of the Women Safety App. The delegation of athletes visited Operation and Monitoring Center, Emergency 15 System, Electronic Data Analysis Center, and the Media Management Center where they were briefed about the working and key features. The spokesperson of the Safe Cities Authority said that organizing such sporting events will help in producing future stars. He further said that sports and youth exchange programs are important in provincial coordination. The integrated system of Punjab safe cities authority and advanced technology are helping in the peaceful conduct of international sports in Pakistan, he concluded.