Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Jamshed Town Nazim Javed Ahmed inspects cleanliness work

Nazim Jamshed Town Javed Ahmed yesterday along with TMO and other town officials paid surprise visits to educational centres of the town with the view to check cleanliness and other municipal conditions. On the occasion, Nazim directed the concerned officials to ensure proper cleanliness arrangements in and around the educational centres while asked the water and sewerage board officials to ensure regular supply of water to the educational centres without any interruption. Meanwhile, Nazim issued the directive that anti-stray dog campaign will start on weekly basis.

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Phase-II of monitoring system completed

City District Government Karachi (CDGK) on Friday successfully linked the most important Phase-II corridor of the Command and Control System with the Command and Control Centre at the Civic Centre.

The corridor was linked using 16 cameras that connect Nishtar Park, its adjoining streets and major roads and the M A Jinnah Road from Numaish Chowrangi to Tower.

The CDGK established the Command and Control System under the supervision of experts to monitor the situation of the city with the help of modern technology and cameras. In the first phase, Corridor I and II were connected to the system with the help of 56 cameras and the situation of the city is being monitored using these cameras.

City Nazim Mustafa Kamal had announced that in the second phase of the Command and Control System, cameras will be installed at Nishtar Park and M A Jinnah Road to Tower and work will be completed before Muharram-ul-Haram, so that the situation in the area can be monitored.

These areas have now been linked to Command and Control System with the coordination of the CDGK and Jamshed Town. On Friday, all activities at Numaish Chowrangi, Tibet Centre, Jamia Cloth Market, Boulton Market to Tower and on the entire M A Jinnah Road continued to be monitored from the Command and Control Centre, after which the experts declared the system completely satisfactory.