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Punjab police IT projects to help meet challenges: IG

Lahore

May 15, 2019

LAHORE: Punjab Inspector General Police (IGP) Arif Nawaz has said selection of IT projects of Punjab police for research is an honour for Punjab police. This research will also be helpful to meet the future challenges, he added.

He expressed these views while meeting a three-member delegation from Centre for Economic Research in Pakistan (CERP). The delegation from CERP and Harvard Kennedy School was led by Associate Professor of LUMS Professor Dr Ali Cheema while Asim Khawaja from Harvard Kennedy School and CEO CERP Maroof A Syed were also with him. On this occasion, an MoU was inked between Punjab Police, CERP and Harvard Canady School for research on 8,787 Complaint cell and Khidmat Marakaz.

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