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Safe Islamabad Safety Project Launched

An advanced security system has been implemented in Capital of Pakistan through which, security forces will be able to capture a suspect person within three minutes with a reported locating. The task is a part of the Islamabad Safe City Project which is worth Rs 14 billion. The new security framework will permit law authorities to watch, distinguish and capture any suspected person, and all with this can be taken care of in a matter of three minutes.

As indicated by sources, 1,950 security cameras have been introduced all through Islamabad. The cameras chip away at a 4G system and a 500km line of optical fiber link. National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) would oversee online records for all suspects including their pictures for recognizable proof purposes. The rest is taken care of by the Rapid Response Force (RRF) which can achieve their objective spot in only three minutes and capture a suspect. The task is included in Islamabad Safe City Project which is worth Rs 14 billion…



The project additionally means to add to a security framework that can avoid unapproved access of vehicles and people into the capital city

The Chinese organization will screen the setup for one year and after that it would be given over to NADRA to work with the region administration and insight offices, according to the plan.

 The project likewise intends to build up a security framework that can forestall unapproved access of vehicles and people into the capital city. The authority expressed that authorized ID cards, Electronic RFID labels, Digital Vehicle Registration and Digital Driver License are all piece of the Safe City Project to make the city more secure.

The development of a 2,000 square meter Command and Control Center close to the NESCOM Hospital has additionally been affirmed. The middle would be bombproof and work under cutting edge strategies. A squad of 200 policemen have additionally been sent to China where they would be prepared to make utilization of current models and be a piece of the new security project.

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