Saturday, June 22

Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi seeks plan to establish Safe City in Dasu and Chilas

Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi seeks plan to establish Safe City in Dasu and Chilas

Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi seeks plan to establish Safe City in Dasu and Chilas

Preparations have been started for setting up the Safe City project in Dassu-Chilas in order to ensure foolproof security of Chinese and foreign nationals. Federal Minister for Interior Mohsin Naqvi chaired a meeting regarding the establishment of Safe City Project in Dassu and Chilas today. Interior Minister formed a special committee and sought a comprehensive plan in this regard. He directed the committee to submit final recommendations within 15 days.

On this occasion, the Interior Minister said that the Prime Minister has directed to establish safe city project in Dassu and Chilas. He emphasized the implementation of the project on the pattern of safe cities in Islamabad and Lahore . He highlighted that the purpose of Safe City is not just to install cameras but a system that is equipped with advanced technology and artificial intelligence tools, adding that the Safe City project will ensure surveillance and security of the entire area. He further said that Islamabad Police will provide all kinds of support in this regard. He directed that WAPDA, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police and Islamabad Police should jointly prepare a comprehensive plan in this regard.

Interior Minister also constituted a committee comprising of IG Islamabad, RPO Hazara and representative of WAPDA. He directed that the said committee should present a detailed and comprehensive plan regarding the establishment of Safe City in Dassu and Chilas within 15 days. He said that it is our responsibility to ensure the security of Chinese citizens working for the progress and development of Pakistan, assuring that no effort will be spared in this regard.

The meeting was attended by Federal Secretary for Interior Khurram Ali Agha, Chairman WAPDA Lieutenant General (R) Sajjad Ghani, Chief Commissioner Islamabad Muhammad Ali Randhawa, and IG Islamabad Ali Nasir Rizvi. Additionally, the Additional Chief Secretary Home, Additional IG Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and RPO Hazara joined the meeting via video link.

Editor: Kamran Raja