Islamabad Police launch environment-friendly campaign

By Uzma Zafar

ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Capital Territory Police is going to launch an environment friendly major energy saving project.
Th decision was made during an important meeting of Dr. Sardar Moazzam, Managing Director, National Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (NEECA) with the Inspector General of Capital Police, Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan.
It was decided in the meeting that according to the vision of Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Mian Shahbaz Sharif and with the approval of Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan, Islamabad Capital Police is going to take a revolutionary step under which Islamabad Capital Police is introducing an environment friendly major energy saving project.
All police stations, lines, safe city, offices and other buildings and equipment of Islamabad Capital Police are being shifted to Efficient Energy. All the details in this regard were discussed during the meeting.
A survey on this project has been started under the leadership of Director General Planning Policy Innovation Program Munir Ahmed and the team has also visited various places. Under this project, all devices will be transferred to the solar system. The main objective of this whole project is that Islamabad Capital Police should also play its role in the development of the country.
It is also worth mentioning here that IG Islamabad had also issued orders this month to reduce the fuel quota of vehicles, which would save about Rs 10 million per month. The Islamabad Capital Police will play its full role in the development of the country and to put the vision of the Prime Minister of Pakistan into practice.