Prime Minister Imran Khan has decided to employ the Tiger Force for the surveillance and improvement of public services.
It was decided in a consultation session on the Tiger Force E-governance plan during which Usman Dar, Special Assistant to PM (SAPM) on Youth Affairs, unveiled its future course of action.
PM Imran has approved to implement the E-governance system which will empower Tiger Force volunteers to report issues pertaining to governance on the local level.
According to details, Tiger Force volunteers will be authorized to report issues identified in markets, educational institutions, public places, police stations, land record authorities, and local courts. They will also keep an eye on the prices of essential food and health items.
PM Imran also suggested expanding the membership of Tiger Force to educational institutes, adding that Tiger Force would help authorities in ensuring smooth reopening of colleges and universities under strict COVID-19 SOPs.
He termed the support of youth as indispensable for the betterment of the country and said that Pakistani youngsters would be given a chance to play their role in improving the governance system of Pakistan through the implementation of the E-governance system.
SAPM on Youth Affairs briefed the meeting that over 100,000 new volunteers have applied to become a part of the governance system of Pakistan.