The telangana police established the telangana State Cyber Security Bureau (TSCSB) and the telangana State Anti-Narcotics Bureau (TSANB) on Wednesday, taking the fight against cybercrime and drugs to a new level. The two bureaus that would operate out of the Integrated Command and Control Centre Building at banjara hills were officially opened by the ministers of the home and excise, Mohd Mahmood ali and v srinivas Goud.

Mahmood ali stated that the State government was making every effort to bolster the police force and was supplying the necessary finances to buy the most cutting-edge equipment in order to be the best at crime prevention and detection. He claimed that the Chief Minister, K. Chandrashekhar Rao, had stressed the necessity of having complete control over law and order in the State from the start, and that it had greatly aided in growth and development.

According to srinivas Goud, the police force is making every effort to maintain the calm in the State. "Drug smuggling and sales in the State are down as a result of police department efforts," the statement reads. According to telangana DGP Anjani Kumar, there isn't much of a difference between traditional crime and cybercrime these days because every traditional crime involves the use of technology. He claimed that there was little distinction between traditional crime and cybercrime.

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