Shahbaz Sharif – Command centre to check control crimes

On Thursday, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif stated that a modern instruction and control center was being set up to check crime in the urban center.

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He stated that most modern equipment will be set up at the command and control center and the monitoring of the metropolis will be packed out through CCTV cameras.

The chief minister said that a proposal for expanded patrolling police units on motorcycles should be studied. He stated police officers should be shipped to Turkey for advanced training and formed a commission to select police officers to be sent to Turkey.

Shahbaz Sharif directed that maximum resources should be used for the foundation of a peaceful society and police should do its duties towards maintenance of legal philosophy and order and elimination of crimes in an effective way.

Shahbaz Sharif directed that maximum resources should be used for the foundation of a peaceful society and police should do its duties towards maintenance of legal philosophy and order and elimination of crimes in an effective way.

Islam had given the endless message of justice and just distribution of resources, butt this message had been blanked out. He read while all amenities and luxuries were available to the rich and elite classes, the poor were denied even basic essentials of life.

Mastery and control: Shahbaz Sharif has stated that a state-of-the-art command and command center is being put up in the provincial metropolis at a sum of Rs5 billion which will help curb crime. He stated about modern equipment would be put up at the command and controlcentere and the monitoring of the metropolis would be taken out through CCTV cameras.

Col Retd Shuja Khanzada Minister of Provincial stated, that his visit to Turkey has been very successful and Turk government has confirmed all out cooperation. Provincial Ministers Rana Sanaullah, Col Retd Shuja Khanzada, Chief Secretary, Inspector General Police, Secretary Home and concerned officials were present on the occasion.

Sharif stated efforts should be gained to further the principles of fraternity, amity and accommodation, “otherwise the existing sorry state of affairs will continue to endure”.

Here on Thursday, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Asif Sandila called on Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. Matters of mutual interest and professional activities of the Navy came under discussion throughout the meeting.

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