Home Minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy has said the State government has taken up the Project of City Wide CCTV System (one lakh CCTVs) at an estimated cost of Rs 657 crore and Rs 302 crore for Command Control Centre (total Rs.959 crores) and the project will be completed in two years.

Responding to a question raised by TRS MLAs V Srinivas Goud and Gudem Mahipal Reddy during the Question Hour in the Telangana Assembly on Tuesday, Home Minister said as part of the City Wide CCTV System, the government will set up 10,000 CCTV Cameras in all sensitive and hypersensitive areas, at all input Junctions while about

90,000 cameras are expected to be set up under Community CCTV Project as per the Provisions of Public Safety Measures Enforcement Act.

These one lakh CCTV cameras will be connected to the Command Control Centers at Police Station level, Zonal DCP Office and Centralised Main Command Control Centre at Banjara Hills. Data will be stored for 30 days and analysed at Command Control Centre. Any offender entering Hyderabad City will be identified with the help of CCTV Surveillance System immediately. For this, a 24-Storied Command Control Centre at Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad is planned for construction to act as Technology Fusion Centre, which will be helpful for all the government departments, including the police.

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