Lahore : Former captain of the national women cricket team Sana Mir became the brand ambassador of Punjab Safe Cities Authority. Sana Mir visited PSCA Headquarters, where Chief Administration Officer DIG Muhammad Kamran Khan presented the ambassador’s cap to the star cricketer.
DIG Muhammad Kamran Khan, while speaking on the occasion, said that the authority has recruited young IT professionals in the project while strictly following the merit based policy. He said that 25 percent of our workforce consists of lady officers.
Sana Mir was taken to various sections of the project where she addressed Police Communication Officers. Sana Mir said that Punjab Safe Cities Authority has played the key role in bringing back international cricket to Pakistan. She said that she along with other players will play her part to introduce this phenomenal project in the world.
Former captain Sana Mir said that she is amazed to see such a huge number of lady officers working in the project. Former captain said that he is overwhelmingly pleased to see the project and the best equipment being used here. She said that the women cricket team will be visiting this landmark project soon.
The former captain of the Women’s Cricket Team also participated in Safe Cities Radio FM 88.6 live transmission. The star cricketer was later awarded souvenir shield and PSCA Ambassador’s cap by the Chief Administration Officer Muhammad Kamran Khan.