Sheikh Rashid announces removal of unnecessary police check posts Inaugurates app for online registration of tenants


Staff Reporter

Federal Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has said that unnecessary police check posts will be removed from federal capital.
Talking to media persons, Sheikh Rashid said that Prime Minister Imran Khan will attend the passing out parade of Islamabad Police in this month. He while paying tribute to martyrs of Islamabad and Pakistan Police, said that police is most underfunded in Pakistan.
Interior Minister, while announcing a visit to NADRA office tomorrow, said that Pakistani national identity card and passport should not be insulted.
Sheikh Rashid further said that voting by show of hand in Senate elections will end all concerns regarding rigging in the elections of upper house. Minister for Interior Sheikh Rashid Ahmad on Thursday visited Police Lines Headquarters in Islamabad and launched the “Tasdeeq Application” for the Online registration of tenants and servants where citizens can now verify their details at home without going to the Police Station.
The Minister for Interior was presented guard of honor on his arrival to the Police Line Headquarters. Secretary Interior Yousaf Naseem Khokhar, Inspector General of Police Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar and senior officials of Islamabad police were also present on the occasion. The minister laid a wreath at the Martyrs’ Monument and offered Fateha. He also wrote his comments in the visitors’ book and later visited the Central Police Office.
Working on the vision of the Prime Minister to leverage Technology and facilitating people, Islamabad Police has launched this App to facilitate people.

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