1,886 cameras installed at 306 locations to make Rwp a safe city

RAWALPINDI  -  As many as 1,886 cameras under Rawalpindi Safe City Project have been installed at 306 locations to make Rawal­pindi a safe city.

A Punjab Police Integrated Command, Control, and Com­munication Centre in Rawal­pindi has been set up and the security arrangements of the city is being monitored through cameras on the digital wall. Ac­cording to a district admin­istration spokesman, 1,886 cameras had been installed at 306 locations across Rawal­pindi city under the Safe City Project. He said that the proj­ect had been completed swiftly and the plans were underway to launch similar projects in 18 other cities of Punjab. 

The spokesman said that the Punjab government was committed to improve facili­ties in Rawalpindi and several other projects were underway such as the construction of the Ring Road, Dadocha Dam, Signal Free Corridor from Katcheri Chowk to Pirwadhai Mor, and other roadworks. Rawalpindi district police and administration were making tireless efforts in the city’s de­velopment, he added. 

He said that the high-qual­ity safe city project was com­pleted with amazing speed and one year’s work was completed in just 45 days.

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