Online tenant registration system launched in Islamabad

Islamabad: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Qazi Jameel-ur-Rehman on Wednesday (May 19) inaugurated an online registration system for all tenants in the capital, according to news sources.

With the help of this system, landlords will not have to visit the police station for submitting renters’ details, instead they can submit them on the website.

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The inauguration of the said online registration system took place at Central Police Office. Many police officials, including Director IT department Saleem Raza Sheikh and Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Headquarter Kamran Adil were in attendance.

During the inauguration speech, IGP Islamabad appreciated the timely efforts of the IT department. He also stated that this initiative will help identify criminals and at the same time protect the properties of the landlords.

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During the last four months, Islamabad Police has introduced several modern technology projects for the convenience of citizens.  The department has started a traffic update alert, SMS alert, e-police desk, FIR, and an online traffic appointment system – to the great appreciation of the citizens of Islamabad.

The idea of an online registration system was a suggestion by a citizen to IGP Islamabad. The final decision was taken during an online Khuli Kutchery (open court) at the Traffic Police (ITP) office.