UP to get 22,000 cameras in first phase of Safe City Project
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UP to get 22,000 cameras in first phase of Safe City Project

The government of Uttar Pradesh, led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, is making substantial strides in the implementation of the Safe City project across the state, with a focus on enhancing security and surveillance measures. An impressive network of approximately 22,000 cameras has been identified for deployment to monitor cities closely.

A press release from the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) highlighted the proactive approach taken by the Home Department to address security concerns. In the first phase of the Safe City project, the Home Department has earmarked 21,968 cameras for integration, spanning 17 municipal corporations and Gautam Buddh Nagar. Notably, 15,732 of these cameras have already been successfully integrated with the central control room.

Moreover, the initiative has identified 4,150 hotspots where the installation of new cameras is set to commence shortly. In addition to surveillance, 1,861 hotspots have been pinpointed where patrolling activities are being conducted with the assistance of 656 Police Response Vehicles (PRVs).

The initiative also focuses on addressing dark spots to enhance safety. A total of 2,324 such dark spots have been identified, with streetlights already installed at 1,416 locations, as reported in the press release.

This concerted effort underscores the commitment of the Yogi government to bolstering safety and security measures across the state, while harnessing modern technology to enhance surveillance capabilities and ensure the well-being of citizens.

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The government of Uttar Pradesh, led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, is making substantial strides in the implementation of the Safe City project across the state, with a focus on enhancing security and surveillance measures. An impressive network of approximately 22,000 cameras has been identified for deployment to monitor cities closely.A press release from the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) highlighted the proactive approach taken by the Home Department to address security concerns. In the first phase of the Safe City project, the Home Department has earmarked 21,968 cameras for integration, spanning 17 municipal corporations and Gautam Buddh Nagar. Notably, 15,732 of these cameras have already been successfully integrated with the central control room.Moreover, the initiative has identified 4,150 hotspots where the installation of new cameras is set to commence shortly. In addition to surveillance, 1,861 hotspots have been pinpointed where patrolling activities are being conducted with the assistance of 656 Police Response Vehicles (PRVs).The initiative also focuses on addressing dark spots to enhance safety. A total of 2,324 such dark spots have been identified, with streetlights already installed at 1,416 locations, as reported in the press release.This concerted effort underscores the commitment of the Yogi government to bolstering safety and security measures across the state, while harnessing modern technology to enhance surveillance capabilities and ensure the well-being of citizens.

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