Islamabad: Asad Umar, Minister of Planning, Development, Reform and Special Planning, chaired the NCOC meeting and encouraged strict implementation of SOP-compliant project markets and industries to encourage the public to follow safety guidelines.
The National Order and Action Center (NCOC) conducted a detailed review of media outreach activities initiated by the Ministry of Information Broadcasting (MoIB) and Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) and provincial authorities on Friday to ensure strict compliance with standard operating procedures (SOPs) and The overall condition of medical equipment, Epi curve.
In addition, by dispatching a special group led by Dr. Faisal Sultan, the forum was informed that steps were being taken to standardize and assist the provinces in medical facilities, and discussed the establishment of the FLHCIN hotline.
In his speech, he thanked the provincial chief secretary, the Ministry of International Business and the International Public Relations Institute for effective media publicity, and emphasized the government’s rigorous efforts to implement SOP at the grassroots level.
He said: “We should continue to strengthen SOP compliance among the masses, and the forum and the media should also predict the positive results of law enforcement.
It is recommended that the provincial chief secretary use the opportunity of the chamber of commerce to contact the media to make them realize their self-responsibility to implement SOP in the market.
He mentioned that the government has two strategies, focusing on disease transmission control and the upgrading of the medical system. ISPR officials gave a briefing at the forum, saying that complete information sharing is from the highest level to the lowest level of government, while SOP compliance data is from bottom to top.
Thanks to the provinces for timely data sharing, and praised the efforts made by Khyber Paklhtunkhwa and the administrative authorities of the capital region of Islamabad to ensure the effective implementation of SOPs locally.
The Special Assistant to the Information Broadcasting Prime Minister (SAPM) and Chariman CPEC Lieutenant General (R) Asim Saleem Bajwa said that it was necessary to establish a balance in law enforcement and avoid panic among the masses.
He added that ground contact with the masses will help improve the impact of SOP compliance. SAPM also recommends that provinces share their successful experiences with the Ministry to better media publicity and reporting.
Provincial chief secretaries, including Gilgit Baltistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir’s secretary, informed the forum that the largest reported COVID-19 Actions taken in the case area to comply with SOP and smart blockade.
The chief secretary Punjab said at the forum that in addition to Lahore, in Faisalabad, Rawalpindi and Multan also blocked hundreds of stores, while the city traffic police actively engaged with the masses to improve their Recognize wearing masks and impose a fine of up to 2000 rupees for violating safety regulations. protocol.
Chief Secretary Bal Luchi said at the forum that about 3,800 stores across the province have been blocked for SOP violations. Sindh, the chief secretary of Sindh, mentioned that the media movement had a positive impact on SOP compliance, and issued strict warning notices to market and store owners in violation of SOP.
Chief Secretary Khyber Pakhtunkhwa stated that “no masks, no services” showed about 25,000 messages and educational manuals and slogans, and before opening the market to comply with the SOP, traders received A small amount of compensation.
Chief Secretary Gilgit Baltistan informed that about 440 stores were closed for SOP violations and fined 1,000 people. Eight smart locks were implemented in areas with a large number of COVID-19 cases. The chief secretary AJK pointed out that since May 10, the province has started to implement “no masks and no services” to effectively comply with the SOP