Punjab government to help Sindh in developing Police Software System

Punjab government to help Sindh in developing Police Software System

LAHORE: (APP) Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) will provide Information Technology Software to Sindh government for police department.

PITB Chairman Dr Umar Saif said on Saturday that Sindh Chief Secretary Muhammad Siddique Memon had written a letter to the Punjab government for acquiring software of Human Resource Management System, Complaint System, Police Station Record Management System, DIG Operations System and Criminal Record Office System used by Punjab Police.

Dr Umar Saif, while chairing a meeting here at Arfa Karim Software Technology Park, said on the instructions of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, the PITB and Punjab Police would extend complete cooperation to the Sindh government.

He said the chief minister had expressed pleasure over the success of Punjab Police software saying the provision of assistance for protection of life and property of all citizens of Pakistan was their duty. The Punjab government, he added, would provide free of cost information technology services for Sindh police.

Dr Umar Saif told the meeting that on the chief minister's directions, Hajj Management Information System had been prepared for the facility of pilgrims. The federal government was getting school monitoring system for 422 federal schools, while Gilgit-Baltistan and Sindh governments would benefit from e-learning programme, he mentioned.

He said Punjab Information Technology Board had also provided assistance to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Police. Balochistan and KP governments were also launching e-vaccination programme of the Punjab government in their provinces, he added.

Dr Umar said that PITB was also preparing complaint cell and document tracking system for Motorway Police and Federal Environment Ministry.