Strengthening police: Project launched to detect illegal vehicles

Most of the times, stolen or snatched vehicles are used for committing crime.


APP July 05, 2014

KARACHI:


Innovative structural reforms in the Sindh police are well underway to enhance its capacity and rapid response in containing the amount of crime, said Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Qaim Ali Shah on Friday.


He was presiding over a meeting at CM House during the launch of the computerisation of the criminal record project to detect illegal number plates of vehicles. Shah claimed that the Sindh government had already invested a huge sum of money in maintaining law and order in the province and would not hesitate to put more funds to help curb crime.


Most of the times, stolen or snatched vehicles are used for committing crime, he said. However, the trend will not be able to sustain after the launch of this project as the vehicles in question will be traced. He added that the provincial government will need help from the National Database Registration Authority and the civil society to bring down the crime rate.


Published in The Express Tribune, July 6th, 2014.

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