'Telangana leads with 64% of India's CCTV cameras,' says state Home Minister Mahmood Ali
Telangana Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali on Monday inaugurated the huge network of 2,306 CCTVs funded by the safe city project.
Telangana Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali on Monday inaugurated the huge network of 2,306 CCTVs funded by the Safe City project.
"Of the total cameras in the country, 64 percent of the cameras are here in Telangana, he said, lauding CP Anand and the entire team for their dedication to adding advanced cameras to the network.
Telangana Director General of Police, Anjani Kumar underscored the significance of the newly deployed cameras network, particularly its timely availability ahead of key events like Ganesh Chaturthi and Milad. "The gigantic screens reflect the gigantic commitment of the state government to public safety," he said.
City Police Commissioner and Director of Telangana State Police Integrated Command & Control Centre (TSPICCC), CV Anand, in his speech, elaborated on the remarkable progress made since its inauguration.
"This year all departments will monitor the Ganesh immersions and Milad Julus from TSPICCC," he said.
The Home Minister also unveiled the War Room, designed to bring together senior government officials and heads of all departments during a crisis for swift decision-making and effective crisis management. Additionally, a viewer's gallery has been established, providing the public with an opportunity to observe the center's operations from an insider's perspective.
(With inputs from ANI)
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