CCTV surveillance to identify anti-national elements in J-K: DGP Singh

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Director General of Police Jammu and Kashmir Dilbag Singh today chaired a high level meeting to review the project status of implementation of wide CCTV surveillance system across J-K.

Speaking on the occasion, the DGP said that the aim of implementation of CCTV Surveillance System across the J-K is to provide a safe and secure environment to the people and visitors in J-K.

He said that the system would help in instilling confidence in the citizens of being secured. “By this system we will keep an eye on the ground 24X7,” he added, as per a statement issued by the police.

He said that it will help in curbing the crime rate in the UT and will be useful in identification and nabbing of anti national elements and criminals with an alerts generated by the system once commissioned.

The DGP directed that, when completed it should be a state of the art facility, and futuristic plans must be kept in mind as CCTV cameras numbers would continue to be added in future as per the needs.

He stressed that day to day activity upon the project should be shared among the members to know the pace of the work. DGP added that quality of equipment and logistics to be used for the project must be of quality. ”The officers should take all the necessary measures for completing the project in time, by meeting the deadlines. The System Integrated Project to work 24X7 and complete the project in the stipulated time. The ADGP Armed should take regular meetings of the task force to monitor the implementation of the project closely.”

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