KARACHI: Police Patrolling Partnership Project (PPPP) for Korangi Industrial Area was launched on Saturday.
This joint project of Sindh Reserve Police (SRP) and Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI) is the first security project of its kind in the country.
The launching ceremony was held here at KATI office and attended by Senator Abdul Haseeb, ADIG SRP Manzoor Ali Khatian, President KATI Farrukh Mazher, Nadeem Khan, Zubair Chhaya and others.
Under the project eight police mobiles will patrol in Korangi Industrial Area round 0e clock while 110 police officers and personals will perform duty in three shifts.
KATI will provide 10-liter additional fuel per mobile van every day while every police personnel will be paid Rs5000 extra salary per month. This amount will also be provided by KATI.
Under the project more than 60 CCTV cameras have been installed in different points of the industrial area while more cameras will also be installed.
Talking to PPI after the launching ceremony, Chairman Law and Order Committee KATI Nadeem Khan said that the project had been launched on regular basis and not for a limited time.
He said that it was first security project of its kind in the country. He hoped that the project would be proved fruitful and as a result in further boosting economic activates in Korangi Industrial Area.
It is pertinent to mention here that there are more than 4000 industrial units in Korangi Industrial area including a large number of textile mills and factories but due to poor law and order situation economic activities there are badly affected, while foreign businessmen have almost stopped visiting the industrial area.
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