CPEC projects security reviewed, vigilance demanded

Abbottabad – Additional Superintendent Police (ASP) Abbottabad Sonia Shamaroz Khan on Wednesday chaired a meeting to review security of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

On the occasion, Sonia Shamaroz reviewed security arrangements of CPEC sites and Chinese camps and directed police officials specially those deployed at Havelian and Qalandarabad project sites to be vigilant against any untoward incident.

She also directed search and strike operation in surrounding areas of CEPEC sites. She maintained that police officials should monitor rented buildings and unregistered Afghan refugees residing in surroundings of these areas. SDPO's District Abbottabad and concerned police officials attended the meeting.

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