CM KP Inaugurates Newly Established 'Asaan Insaaf Markaz'

CM KP inaugurates newly established 'Asaan Insaaf Markaz'

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan on Wednesday paid visit to Hayatabad Police Station Peshawar and inaugurated newly established 'Asaan Insaaf Markaz'

PESHAWAR, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 22nd Sep, 2021 ) :Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan on Wednesday paid visit to Hayatabad Police Station Peshawar and inaugurated newly established 'Asaan Insaaf Markaz'.

"Under the first phase of "Asaan Insaaf Marakiz", four other police stations of the Provincial Metropolitan including University Town, Faqir Abad, Badhaber and Chamkani would also be converted into Asaan Insaaf Marakiz.

Whereas in the second phase, the remaining twelve police stations of Peshawar would be transformed into Asaan Insaaf Marakiz.

Later on, the project would be extended to other districts of the province including newly merged areas. Transforming police stations into Asaan Insaaf Marakiz was aimed at bringing visible changes in traditional police culture, providing improved services to visitors, ensuring easy access of citizens to police and promoting people friendly policing in the province.

Asaan Insaaf Marakiz would have state of the art Reporting Room, Visitor's Management Systems, Queue Management System, Complaint Management System and Record Management System.

Similarly, modern software would be introduced for effective policing, maintaining record and other services in those marakiz. Separate desks would be established for female, transgender, children and old citizens and all the activities of police stations would be monitored directly through CCTV cameras.

The chief minister on the occasion inspected the different departments of newly established Asaan Insaaf Marakaz. Provincial Minister Taimur Salim Jhagra, Special Assistant Kamran Bangash, Deputy Speaker Provincial Assembly Mahmood Jan, Chief Secretary Dr. Kazim Niaz, Inspector General Police Muazam Jah Ansari and other relevant officials were also present on this occasion.

The chief minister lauded the initiatives taken by the police department to bring about change in police stations, adding that provincial government was working to strengthen the police department in line with the needs of modern era.

Later, the chief minister also visited Islamia Collage Peshawar where he inaugurated newly developed hockey turf completed at a cost of Rs. 90 million.

Talking to media representatives on the occasion, the chief minister said the provincial government was taking visible steps to promote national game-hockey and other sports activities in the province.

He added that there were only two hockey turfs in the province before the government of PTI whereas the government of PTI had completed four new Astroturf of international standard in the province.

He said work on other six Astroturf were in progress out of which few would be completed soon, adding that three more Astroturf would be developed in Buner, Swabi and Malakand.

The chief minister said before the PTI government only 69 sports grounds were available in the province whereas, PTI government constructed additional 110 grounds during its tenure.

He added that our national sport-hockey was on downfall due to negligence of previous governments, but now the incumbent government was taking concrete steps for its revival in line with vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

For the first time in the history of province, Hockey League was being held on the pattern of Cricket League which would help promote hockey, he said.

Responding to a question, the chief minister said there was a complete peace in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the environment was conducive for tourism and sports activities.

Mahmood Khan stated that during the current tourists' season around 2.7 million domestic and foreign tourists visited the tourists' spots of province; adding that the incumbent provincial government was striving to promote sports activities like tourism in the province.

He said the provincial sports department was working in a well organized manner for the purpose.

Mahmood Khan stated that the government was going all out to provide healthy environment to youth by boosting sports activities.

A cricket stadium of international standard was being established in Kalam, he said adding that rehabilitation of Arbab Niaz Cricket Stadium and construction of international standard cricket stadium in Hayatabad Sports Complex were in its final stages.

He said sports grounds were being established at Tehsils and union councils' level. Sports activities were being held at divisional and district level besides development projects in sports sector, he said.

Later, the chief minister held a meeting with the administration of historic Islamia College Peshawar and assured that the provincial government would go all out to resolve the issues of the college.