Telangana Tops Country in Adopting Technology for Policing

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Home Minister Mohd Mahmood Ali inaugurated 2500 CCTV cameras installed under the Safe City project in Hyderabad on Monday. He also inaugurated the War Room and visitors gallery of the TS Integrated Command Control Centre in Banjara Hills, in the presence of Telangana DGP Anjani Kumar and C.V Anand, Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad.

Speaking after the launch, Mahmood Ali said that Telangana state tops the country in adopting technology for regular policing and law enforcement. He said that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s vision of having a safe and secure Telangana is helping police in adopting all modern technology.

The War Room will help in attending any eventualities more effectively under the supervision of higher officials and better coordination, he added.

The Safe City project is a comprehensive initiative by the Telangana government to make Hyderabad a safer city for women and children. The project includes the installation of CCTV cameras, emergency call boxes, and street lights in key areas. The War Room is a central command center that will monitor the CCTV cameras and other security systems in the city.

Telangana’s adoption of technology for policing is a model for other states in India. The use of CCTV cameras and other technology has helped to reduce crime and improve public safety in the state.


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