Almost 1,800 surveillance cameras have been put in throughout the federal capital as a part of the venture, whose command and management centre in a bombproof constructing at H-11 will monitor necessary buildings, entry and exit factors, roads, industrial centres and a large portion of town’s residential areas.
Talking to the media, the minister emphasised the significance of police reforms and stated the venture’s success will depend on the due efficiency of obligation by the police and regulation enforcement.
“This venture will likely be a failure if the deployed police don’t carry out their duties correctly.”
A complete plan ready to make Quetta and Gwadar secure cities costing Rs10 billion can be within the works and the provincial authorities has already authorised Rs3bn for the aim.
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“That is true policing, the place each nook of Islamabad may be seen on digital camera,” stated Nisar. “After a month’s monitoring, the variety of checkpoints within the metropolis may also be lowered.”
“Closed roads on Structure Avenue have been opened.”
The venture has been operational since March, awaiting formal inauguration.