Sindh Safe City Project to be Launched Soon

Taking a page out of Punjab government’s book, the Sindh government has also decided to establish a Safe City Authority in the province.

On the directives of Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah, a committee has been formed to facilitate the installation of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in major cities of the province.

The committee will include members from the ministries of Information Technology and Interior and the Police department.


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Chairing a meeting at CM Office, Murad Ali Shah said that the proposal for a Safe City Project has been resonating ever since he was appointed as the Chief Minister.

He vowed to complete it at the earliest and directed to form the authority under the supervision of Chief Secretary.

The project would be first launched in Karachi and will be gradually expended to other major cities of Sindh.


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Under the project, more than 10,000 CCTV cameras will be placed in various locations of the metropolitan.

The committee has been tasked to present a feasibility report in two weeks.

Via: Dunya News


  • CCTV Ki Cost Se Behtar hai
    – Logo Ko Facilate Karo CCTV Ka Hum Achaaa Dale (If In CASE Phir Bhi Howa Kuch to Kiya Refund Milega)

    – Behtar to Invest In
    – Road
    – Hospital
    – Water
    – Gas
    – Electricity
    – Garbage
    – Clean & Green Project
    – Try to Make some Opportunity to the Needy People
    – Jab Logo K Pas Kam Aur Sahulat Hogi Log Aise Haraaakat Nahi KARENGE

  • Safe city? Karachi? You mean the same city where people can get killed for a mobile worth 500 in a snatching? Yeah, good joke.

  • Its a positive decision by the Sindh Govt. It will reduce cost in managing the security, will reduce the street crimes, Manage the traffic and ultimately will create jobs. I strongly support the decision by Sindh Govt for taking this initiative.

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