In a proactive measure to address security concerns, Islamabad police have launched a new initiative titled “Knock the Door.” The campaign aims to register household workers and tenants in the city, with the primary goal of bolstering safety measures and preventing potential criminal activities.

According to reports on April 15, officers from the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of Islamabad have conducted a thorough data collection exercise, covering 242 house servants across 520 residences within the Khanna and Bani Gala police station jurisdictions.

This registration drive is a pivotal aspect of broader efforts to maintain law and order in the capital. By gathering information on tenants and domestic workers, authorities aim to identify individuals who may pose a risk and mitigate the likelihood of theft and other criminal incidents.

Police teams have been active in various neighborhoods, collecting relevant data and addressing any challenges reported by residents. Citizens have been urged to exercise caution and verify the identity of individuals collecting data while in plain clothes. Emphasizing the importance of registering tenants and employees, authorities highlight the potential threat to public safety posed by their involvement in theft and robbery.

The proactive approach of Islamabad police is expected to improve the overall security situation in the city, ensuring the safety and well-being of its residents.

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