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Monday, 15 March 2021

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Body-warning cameras will be installed in foreign systems for security.











Live display of Body-Warne camera at a cost of Rs 50 crore in the presence of the Home Minister.



Ahmedabad: To make Gujarat Police smart and sharp, Rs. 10000 body or camera will be installed at a cost of Rs 50 crore. This year, for peace and security in Gujarat as well as modernization of the police system, Rs. A budget of Rs 7060 crore has been allocated. Body-warming cameras mounted on the body by the police will catch the person in front of them in the range of 50 to 60 meters, either live or by recording.




Cameras will help control people's quarrels with the police and direct the police to serious crimes and make it easier for them to gather evidence. "



Gujarat Police will be equipped with 10000 body warning cameras. Gujarat is the first state in India to make extensive use of body wear cameras. With the help of this modern technology update, Gujarat Police system will become smarter and faster.




This camera will be very useful in making the investigation of serious crimes more effective. These cameras will further strengthen planning including traffic regulation, law and order, VVIP security. Police will be able to use Body Warne cameras on helmets, uniforms or other clothing.





The Minister of State for Home Affairs said that under the Vishwas project, more than 7000 cameras have been installed in district headquarters, religious places and the Statue of Unity across the state. Pocket Cop plays an important role in digitizing the police system in the e-Gujkop project as part of modernization in Gujarat.




Gujarat is at the forefront of expansion and modernization of police service. From the year 2017 to 2020, starting from Lokarakshak, P.I. The state government has allocated Rs 7,960 crore in the budget this year for law and order.



The Government of Gujarat has enacted the Gujarat Land Grabbing Prevention Act and sent the Gujarat Hooligan and Anti-Social Activities (Prevention) Act to the nation for approval. Home Secretary Nipuna Torvane, State Police Chief Ashish Bhatia, Additional DGP of Law and Order and Police Modernization Narasimha Komar, Commissioner of Police Sanjay Srivastava and other officials were present on the occasion.

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