On Monday, telangana home minister Mohammed Mahmood ali officially opened the vast network of 2,306 CCTVs that the Safe City initiative had paid for. The command control centre was connected to these cutting-edge cameras, which were positioned across the tri-commissionerates. In his speech, the state home minister chronicled the history of the telangana State police, describing how it used cutting-edge technology and methods to become one of the greatest police forces in the nation.
He praised CP anand and the entire team for their commitment to expanding the network of sophisticated cameras and said that 64% of all cameras in the nation are located in Telangana. Anjani Kumar, the director General of police for telangana, emphasised the importance of the recently installed camera network, particularly its prompt availability prior to significant occasions like ganesh chaturthi and Milad. The enormous displays, he claimed, "reflect the enormous commitment of the state government to public safety."

In his address, CV anand, the director of the telangana State police Integrated Command & Control Centre (TSPICCC) and commissioner of the city police, discussed the outstanding advancements achieved since the center's opening. This year, he stated, "all departments will keep an eye on the Milad Julus from TSPICCC and the Ganesh immersions."


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