Lahore: Additional Inspector General (AIG) of the Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Lahore, Ghulam Mahmood Dogar, on Wednesday declared it essential for residents to register tenants in order to avoid terrible scenarios such as unlawful occupation, according to news sources.
At the Capital City Police Headquarters, CCPO Ghulam Muhammad Dogar presided over a review meeting for the performance of the Anti Qabza Mafia Cell, which was attended by SSP Operations Ahsan Saif Ullah, all Divisional SSPs, SSP Discipline Nadeem Abbas, and members of allied departments including LDA, Overseas Pakistanis, Cooperative, and Revenue.
During the meeting, AIG Dogar also stated that if property owners and tenants fail to register, legal action will be taken against them. Lahore Police has also implemented online tenant registration to make the registration procedure more convenient.
Furthermore, he directed that officials take rigorous action against unlawful occupiers and land grabbers. In addition, he directed the officials to priorities impoverished persons and Overseas Pakistanis.
This year, Lahore Police had recovered 360 properties valued PKR 53 billion with a total land size of 4,239 kanals. In addition, the Lahore police have established a helpline 1242 where individuals may submit complaints against unlawful possession in their homes. Citizens can also file complaints with the Anti Qabza Cell.