ISLAMABAD (APP) - Ministry of Interior is mulling to establish Pakistan Police Headquarters in Islamabad to handle the police affairs and ensure service-oriented policing in the country. The matters of posting, transfers and other police related matters would be handled by it. The sources said that allocation for this project would be probably made in the next fiscal year. To a question regarding the capability and strength of the Islamabad police, the sources said that Islamabad police would be provided soon an additional strength of 20,000 new policemen. He said that 5 per cent quota would be allocated for the policemen in the government housing societies as the matter had been taken with the Minister for Housing and Works in this regard. Out of this, three per cent quota would be only for martyred policemen and those showing good performance. A separate Hospital with latest facilities would be set up for policemen of the country and the special allocation would be made in the next fiscal year for it, he added. He said Minister for Interior is very much keen for improvement in police culture and committed to bring a discipline in police force. He said latest IT facilities would be provided to Islamabad police in first phase adding that a system would be introduced soon which would monitor the entire traffic movement in Islamabad. About the improvement in policing culture, he said that Minister for Interior Rehman Malik has a clear vision of enhancing partnership with community for friendly police ecology and wins the hearts of the people by using polite language. Right use of brian and tongue is key to win the hearts of the people, he maintained. Pak-Japan to jointly promote religious tourism Pakistan and Japan would look avenues for forging co-operation and make use of each others expertise in the field of tourism. In this connection, the Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan would call on Minister for Tourism Maulana Atta-ur-Rahman on Friday to exchange views on bilateral co-operation between the two countries in tourism. The two sides would primarily focus on boosting religious tourism in Pakistan, which is the cradle of Gandhara Civilisation, and home to ancient relics of Buddhist religion. For Japan and other Far-Eastern countries, Pakistan is held in veneration owing to Buddhist religious and archaeological sites located in Taxila, Charsadda, Takhtbai, Swat and Peshawar. The two would share thoughts on how to increase tourists flow to Pakistan that declined following drastically over the last couple of years. The minister would apprise the Japanese envoy about efforts made so far to preserve and protect Buddhists sites in Pakistan. He will also assure him of foolproof security arrangement made by the government for tourists visiting Pakistan either for religious purposes or for recreational as well as adventure.