IGP directs installing 400 new surveillance cameras

June 16, 2015 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Inspector General Police (IGP) Sindh Ghulam Haider Jamali on Wednesday directed relevant officers to complete the project of installing surveillance cameras at 400 new locations in Karachi on urgent basis.

While presiding over a meeting at central police office here, Jamali said that further delay in project’s completion would affect strategy and framework of police. He directed this project to be completed as soon as possible so that monitoring security situation and improving law and order can become more effective.

IGP was apprised that the project will be completed in August 2015 through which Command & Control system would be more efficient. In this project, a total of 2000 surveillance cameras would be fit at 400 new locations of Karachi which would be attached to zonal and central Command & Control system.

DIG headquarters Sindh Abdul Aleem Jaffery, AIG operations Sindh Naeem Shaikh, AIG logistics Faisal Basheer Memon, AIG T&T Qazi Kamran, AIG welfare Sindh Erum Awan snd director IT Sindh police Tabassum Abid also attended the meeting.