Peshawar: The district administration has launched first-of-its-kind administrative surveillance vehicle to assist it in efficient monitoring of the administrative matters, a news source reported. Deputy Commissioner Dr Imran Hamid Sheikh launched the surveillance vehicle.
The surveillance vehicle is equipped with CCTV cameras connected to a District Smart Control Room where trained staff converts gathered information into actionable data.
Sheikh said there had been a need for a modern surveillance system which could be used to facilitate the authorities to cope with administrative measures.
The vehicle enables the administration to efficiently monitor encroachments, cleanliness, wall-chalking, illegal speed-bumps, traffic jams, and illegal hooks on electricity wires through the.
The deputy commissioner said the departments concerned had identified 500 violators of wall chalking on first day of operation of the vehicle and served notice to them.
Peshawar Commissioner Shahab Ali Shah appreciated the initiative of the district administration, and said that more vehicles would become part of the surveillance fleet to cover the whole district simultaneously.