DIG, IT Sindh Capt (retd) Parvez Ahmad Chandio has said that KATI is the first industrial association to introduce the Employees Verification System (EVS) app in collaboration with the Sindh police.
The movement of 1.5 million employees is a major activity in the Korangi Industrial Area, this system will make it easier to identify people involved in crime.
He expressed these views while addressing a luncheon meeting with the Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI).
On this occasion, KATI President Faraz-ur-Rehman, KITE Limited CEO Zubair Chhaya, Senior Vice President Nighat Awan, Vice President Muslim Mohammadi, Chairman Law & Order Committee Danish Khan, Focal Person of Employees Verification System Farrukh Qandhari, Former Presidents Salman Aslam, Gulzar Feroze, Farhan-ur-Rehman, Tariq Malik, Ehteshamuddin, Farrukh Mazhar, Maheen Salman, Project Director IT, Sindh Police Tabasum Abbasi, In-charge Operation Tariq Khan Nizami, Software Engineer Asad Ali and other members were present.
Captain (r) Parvez Ahmed Chandio said that we are also contacting other associations so that the record of the people employed can be compiled. This system will not only verify the involvement of people in crimes during employment but also the system will immediately issue an alert in case of any future crime of any employee.
He said that the credit for developing this system goes to Project Director Tabasum Abbasi, who worked day and night to develop an effective system that will help establish an atmosphere of law and order in the city.
DIG-IT Sindh said that they will continue to bring innovation to this system with time. He said that the police are making full use of information technology and will soon introduce international standard projects to the public which will help in establishing law and order in the city.
We want to strengthen the prosecution sector to provide transparent investigations in the courts leading to harsher punishments for the accused.