ISLAMABAD (APP) - The officers of Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA) and Islamabad Police are performing their duties to the best of their capabilities and serving the citizens in a professional manner. This was said by the Federal Secretary Interior Chaudhry Qamar Zaman during his visit to the Chief Commissioners office here on Saturday. According to details, Federal Interior Secretary Qamar Zaman visited the offices of ICTA here on Saturday. Earlier, when Secretary Interior arrived at the ICTA offices, he was accorded enthusiastic welcome by the Chief Commissioner Fazeel Asghar, Inspector General of Islamabad Police Syed Kaleem Imam and other officers of the ICTA and Islamabad Police. A smart contingent of Islamabad Police also presented a guard of honour to the Interior Secretary on his arrival. On the occasion, Chief Commissioner Fazeel Asghar and Inspector General of Islamabad Police Syed Kaleem Imam also gave a detailed briefing to the Federal Interior Secretary about the working and performance of ICT Admin and Islamabad Police. Chief Commissioner Fazeel Asghar informed that the ICT Administration had launched a number of development projects for the uplift of rural areas of Islamabad and special attention was being given to health and education sectors in the rural area. Basic Health Units and Rural Health Centers are being upgraded and educational buildings in the rural areas are being strengthened and upgraded, he added. He informed that projects have been launched under Islamabad Development Package and Public Sector Development Programme for construction of roads and rural water supply schemes but the work process on these schemes has become slow due to delay in release of funds for these projects. He informed that there is a shortfall of funds under the Islamabad Development Package and Public Sector Development Programmes. He requested that if the funds are released well in time, work on the ongoing development schemes could be expedited and speeded up for their completion within stipulated time. The Chief Commissioner also informed that ICT Administration had also started computerisation of the offices of the ICTA. It has also started issuance of computerised international driving permit, computerized domicile and computerisation of revenue department is also under way. Moreover, computerised issuance of vehicles numberplates has already been started. He also informed that a complaint cell had also been set up in the office of Deputy Commissioner for prompt addressing the citizens complaints. Fazeel Asghar also informed that a PC-1 had also been prepared for construction of jail in Islamabad. Inspector General of Police Syed Kaleem Imam, while, giving a briefing informed that Islamabad Police were performing their duties to the best of their abilities and had managed law and order events successfully. It is working in a professional manner to handle any situation and has made comprehensive security arrangements for the protection of life and property of the citizens. The best strategy adopted by the police has resulted in decrease of crimes especially street crimes. He added that under the leadership of DIG (Operations) Binyameen, Special Branch and CID countered the terrorist activities in ICT very effectively and apprehended 55 terrorist accused who were involved in different sabotage activities. He informed that Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) had also emerged as a friendly police and it had been certified by ISO-9001-2008 for delivering best services to the citizens. The ITP has also started issuance of computerised driving licence having international standard security features. He informed that all the police stations in Islamabad had been computerised and more efforts were under way for capacity building of police departments. Federal Interior Secretary Chaudhry Qamar Zaman highly appreciated the performance of ICT Administration as well as Islamabad Police and their professional capabilities.