LAHORE– Legendary cricketer, Pakistan Cricket Team Bowling Coach, star fast bowler and former skipper Waqar Younis visited the Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) headquarters on Saturday.
Chief Operating Officer Akbar Nasir Khan and Chief Administrative Officer Kamran Khan took the former cricketer to various sections of the authority and briefed him about the project’s key role in bringing back international cricket to Pakistan.
Chief Administrative Officer DIG Kamran Khan told the honorable guest that average age of officers working in the project was 24 years and that the same were inducted by following a merit-based policy.
He said that best performing officers of all the sections were awarded every month.
Expressing his views, the star cricketer said that Punjab Safe City Authority was the best project of Pakistan with reference to Security, Surveillance and Traffic Management. Former captain said that he was overwhelmingly pleased to see the project and the best equipment being used there.
Waqar Younis also said that all Pakistanis should be proud of these youngsters who were making Pakistan safer.
He congratulated all the officers and officials who played their part in establishing this trendsetter security project.
The legendary cricketer was awarded with a souvenir shield and a special cap of the authority.— PRESS RELEASE