Lahore: According to news sources, Ghulam Mahmood Dogar, the Additional Inspector General (AIG) of the Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Lahore, proclaimed it necessary for residents to register renters to avoid dreadful scenarios such as unauthorized possession.
CCPO Ghulam Muhammad Dogar presided over a review meeting for the Anti-Qabza Mafia Cell’s performance at the Capital City Police Headquarters, which was attended by SSP Operations Ahsan Saif Ullah, all Divisional SSPs, SSP Discipline Nadeem Abbas, and members of allied departments such as LDA, Overseas Pakistanis, Cooperative, and Revenue.
AIG Dogar also stated during the meeting that if property owners and tenants do not register, legal action will be taken against them. To make the registration process more convenient, the Lahore Police Department has launched online tenant registration.
He also ordered officials to take stern action against illegal inhabitants and land grabbers. In addition, he urged officials to give priority to destitute people and Pakistanis living abroad.
Lahore Police recovered 360 properties worth PKR 53 billion with a total land area of 4,239 kanals this year. Furthermore, the Lahore police have established a helpline 1242 where residents can report illegal possession in their homes. The Anti-Qabza Cell can also receive complaints from citizens.