SAFE CITIES PROJECT VITAL FOR MODERN POLICING: CM BALOCHISTAN JAM KAMAL
CM BALUCHISTAN JAM KAMAL KHAN VISITS PSCA
WORKING CONDITIONS MAINTAINED AT PSCA ARE IMPRESSIVE: CM
Chief Minister of Baluchistan Jam Kamal Khan visited Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) Headquarters at Qurban Lines here on Monday. Inspector General of Police Baluchistan Ray Tahir was also accompanying the chief minister. Managing Director PSCA Rao Sardar Ali Khan and Chief Operating Officer Muhammad Kamran Khan received and briefed about the various sections of the authority. COO PSCA briefed about the PSCA Media Center, PUCAR 15, emergency15 center and also regarding provision of electronic data evidence and footages to various law enforcement agencies in addition to investigative wings of Police. CM Baluchistan appreciated the technologies and practices in place as were demonstrated to them in detail especially about Intelligent Traffic Management System and Electronic Challaning. Jam Kamal Khan said that PSCA like advanced projects must be installed all over the country as these are vital for modern day policing. The Chief Minister said that modern technology and training in the Safe City project is commendable. Punjab Safe Cities Authority is an ideal project that has a lot of buzz in the region. Quetta Safe City project team has visited Punjab Safe Cities Authority and Quetta Safe city project will also be launched soon. We are keen to sign MoU with Punjab for technical assistance in Quetta project, he added. Managing Director Punjab Safe Cities Authority Rao Sardar Ali Khan assured all possible support from Punjab Safe Cities Authority for Quetta Safe City project. On this occasion, IG Baluchistan Rai Tahir also briefed to the Chief Minister Baluchistan regarding the progress on Quetta Safe City project. He said that Quetta Safe Cities project would be operational by the end of this year. The Chief Minister also recorded his remarks in the guest memorial book. The visit concluded with the presentation of souvenir shields to the CM Baluchistan.
The gusts also visited the Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) headquarters at Qurban Lines where Managing Director Rao Sardar Ali Khan and Chief Operating Officer Muhammad Kamran Khan briefed them about the various sections of the authority. The Quetta Safe City project team was also accompanying them.
The PSCA chief operating officer briefed them about the authority’s media centre, PUCAR 15, emergency 15 centre and also regarding provision of electronic data evidence and footage to various law enforcement agencies and police’s investigation wing.
Mr Kamal appreciated the technologies and practices in place, especially the Intelligent Traffic Management System and electronic challans.
“We are keen to sign an MoU with the PSCA for technical assistance to launch the same project in Quetta”, he said.
On the occasion, Rao Sardar pledged all possible support by the PSCA for Quetta safe city project.
IGP Rai Tahir also briefed to the Balochistan chief minister on the progress on Quetta Safe City project, saying it would be operational by the end of year.
Jam Kamal later recorded his remarks in the guest book about his visit to the PSCA which concluded with the presentation of souvenir shields to the Balochistan chief minister.