Islamabad The capital city of Pakistan is working on numerous initiatives to make the city more appealing to tourists; nevertheless, a significant accomplishment for the city was recently revealed by Hamza Shafqat, the Deputy Commissioner of Islamabad.
Thus according to Hamza Shafqat’s post, “Islamabad is the second safest city in South Asia, with a safety rating of 70.85.”
The fact that the country’s capital is the second safest city in South Asia is a source of pride for the country. This news has enticed not only tourists to visit Pakistan, but also investors who want to invest in Pakistan for a brighter future and prosperity.
Furthermore, Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, has been classified as the least safe city in South Asia, with a crime index of approximately 76.55 and a safety rating of around 23.45.