Quetta Voice Special Report:
In a noteworthy initiative led by the Caretaker Provincial Government under the leadership of Caretaker Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki, the Quetta Safe City Project is on the brink of completion, marking a significant stride towards bolstering public safety in the capital city.
The Quetta Safe City Project, overseen by the Chief Minister’s Media Cell, has reached its final stages, with more than 1400 cutting-edge IP cameras strategically placed at 255 key locations across Quetta City. This extensive surveillance system is set to play a pivotal role in enhancing security measures for the residents.
According to reports from the Department of Science and Information Technology, the project boasts a state-of-the-art command and control center. This center is not only equipped with the latest technology but also houses a team of skilled human resources. Remarkably, the entire system has been locally designed, showcasing the province’s commitment to self-reliance in technological advancements.
Paving the Way for Innovation
The Quetta Safe City Project is slated to be Pakistan’s first operational plan that has been meticulously coordinated with various law enforcement agencies. This collaboration aims to create a customized response and immediate action mechanism, enhancing the city’s overall security infrastructure.
Launch Date Revealed
Officials have confirmed that the Quetta Safe City Project has already taken its final form and is set to be officially launched at the end of this month. This long-awaited development is expected to revolutionize the approach to public safety in Quetta, providing residents with a heightened sense of security and contributing to the overall well-being of the community.
As the project enters its final phase, anticipation is building for the official unveiling, where the Quetta Safe City Project will stand as a testament to the Caretaker Provincial Government’s commitment to innovation, safety, and the well-being of its citizens.