Punjab police launch app to reunite lost ones with loved ones

Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi calls for making the app functional at the earliest

On the direction of Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi work on Punjab Police Public app “Mera Pyara” has been launched in order to reunite lost ones with their loved ones. Mohsin Naqvi directed to make functional” Mera Pyara App” at the earliest. Missing children, elders, dementia and schizophrenia patients will be reunited with their legal heirs through the app.

The app will include details of bio-data, picture, fingerprint, identity card and B form of missing children, other persons and their legal heirs. DNA tests of missing children, other persons and their legal heirs will also be conducted. On the direction of CM Mohsin Naqvi data of missing persons report will be prepared across Punjab police stations. The data of children and other persons residing in orphanages, Darul Amans and other institutions will also be uploaded on the app. The citizens can upload their missing reports on the “Mera Pyara App” through their mobile phones, Front Desk, Tahafuz Markaz and Khidmat Markaz centres.

Mohsin Naqvi commended the endeavours of CTO Lahore for getting reunited a missing child of Gujranwala for the last 6 years with his heirs. The father in search of the special child breathed his last but the mother kept on wandering in every nook and corner in search of her lost child. The special child for the last 6 years was waiting for his loved ones in the Child Protection Bureau office Gujranwala. Mohsin Naqvi during his visit to Gujranwala directed to trace legal heirs of the innocent child on which mother of the child was traced.

Separately, Naqvi presided over a meeting at CM office, where he was given a detailed briefing about matters pertaining to the Akbar Chowk flyover project.

It was informed during the briefing that no trees will be cut during the construction of Akbar Chowk flyover and PHA will buy the latest machinery for safe relocation of trees. Thousands of citizens of Johar Town, Faisal Town, Model Town and Township will be benefited with the construction of Akbar Chowk flyover.

Naqvi directed to complete the Akbar Chowk flyover project in the least possible time for public facilitation. He directed to make excellent arrangements for smooth traffic flow during the construction of Akbar Chowk flyover project. Chief Secretary, Chairman Planning and Development Board, Secretary Housing, Secretary Environment, Commissioner Lahore division, CCPO Lahore, Chief Executive Officer Central Business District Authority, DG PHA, Deputy Commissioner Lahore, Chief Traffic Officer Lahore and concerned officials attended the meeting.