More CCTV cameras to be installed in temple town
In response to a report appeared in December 1 dated edition of The Hans India, the authorities undertook steps to install the CCTV cameras at vantage...
Kothagudem: The stage has been set for the installation of 20 more Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras, in addition to the 36 on the Sri Sitaramachandraswamy temple premises and an additional 20 to 25 in the town. Joint efforts by the Devasthanam authorities and the police department have begun in this direction.
In response to a report appeared in December 1 dated edition of The Hans India, the authorities undertook steps to install the CCTV cameras at vantage points in the temple town.
Divisional engineer D Ravindranath and town sub-inspector Karunakar have been holding consultations with the relevant technical staff. The authorities have decided to replace the defunct CCTV cameras with the new ones. The police department is proposing to install high-resolution quality cameras at Tatagudi, Rajaveedhi, ITDA road, market centre, UB road and other main roads in the town by January 8 and 9, when the Teppotsavam and Vaikunta Ekadasi celebrations would be held.
Talking to The Hans India, Deputy Executive Engineer V Ravinder said the CCTV cameras would be ready by Mukkoti Ekadasi celebrations. The highest number of CCTV cameras would be installed in Mada streets. The old and disused cameras would be replaced with 20 new cameras, he added.