In order to provide facilities to the residents of Abbottabad, the district police have launched an application to spread the awareness about the novel coronavirus.
The Abbottabad police have launched the application for the Android users to bridge the gap between the people and the public health sector.
Javed Iqbal—a police officer of the Abbottabad Police said that this app will have the information about the recent updates related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), recent government laws, and the red zones of the virus in the district.
According to the details, the mobile application was launched on Friday by Hazara DIG Qazi Jameelur Rehman at the Regional Police Conference Hall, Abbottabad. “Our aim is to provide support to people in this difficult time as they are confined to their homes due to the lockdown,” he said.
During the launching ceremony, DIG said that people can contact the police control rooms and register complaints, give suggestions or share the information online through this mobile application.
The activities of the Abbottabad police will be highlighted through the mobile application so that the orders by the government can be implemented while bridging social gaps, he concluded.