The Punjab Police Department has authoritatively dispatched its own special cell phone application, eGadget Monitoring System, to stop the burglary and offer of taken cell phones.
The application dispatch was coordinated at the DIG Investigations Lahore Office and Chief Capital City Police Officer (CCPO), BA Nasir, went to the service. Other senior police authorities, officials, partners, and media accomplices were likewise present.
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While tending to the service, CCPO Lahore commended the application as a successful apparatus for hindering cell phone robbery by in excess of 60%. He guaranteed all brokers in participation that the application will assist with defending their every day organizations, and gave further consolations that its administrations will be stretched out to different urban communities of the territory in the wake of accumulating sufficient achievement in the common capital.
Besides, DIG Dr. Inam Wajid said on the event that cell phone organizations will actually want to save IMEIs of sold telephones on the application, which would basically make a rule information base for cell phones.
In the event that a telephone is taken, the police will consequently access the information base through the application and track its whereabouts, further expanding the chance of recuperating the gadget in a brief timeframe. Clients who’re on the lookout for buying a cell phone would have the option to check whether the gadget is taken, he further said.
On the off chance that a cellphone is taken, the police will be told immediately through the application and a First Information Report (FIR) will be in a flash transferred on it.
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The Capital City Police Lahore fostered the eGadget Monitoring System application in a joint effort with the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB). The application is accessible for both Android and iOS clients and has a straightforward UI.