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KPHB modernized police station inaugurated

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Home Minister Nayani Narsimha Reddy today inaugurated the KPHB modernized police station and its community CCTV program of 750 CCTV cameras.

Speaking on the occasion, the Home Minister said all the police stations in Cyberabad are being totally overhauled with modern facilities like reception centers, women counseling rooms, toilet facilities for both men and women visitors apart from the working police staff, separate work stations for Sub-Inspectors, a mini command camp; control centre in each P.S, barrack facilities for stay camp; rest of police personnel. The entire building has false roofing with smooth finish, new flooring and new furniture on the lines of IT offices.


The function was attended by some 1000 people, including corporators and local leaders. Kukatpally MLA Krishna Rao promised to mobilize Rs 2.5 crore worth CCTVs not only from his funds but also from business houses. MLA Sherlingampally assured to mobilise Rs 1.5 crore for CCTVs in his constituency. A total of 1,000 CCTVs under community CCTVs and another 1000 in colony CCTVs will be installed in Kukatpally Division in the next three months, he added.

Cyberabad Police Commissioner C.V.Anand has thanked the government for paying attention to the police department and its needs. He said the Cyberabad police has delivered results in terms of public confidence and crime reduction by 48% in just two years as per the government’s expectation. The Home Minister congratulated the Cyberabad police for the excellent performance and for improving the image of police and government in the last two years. (NSS)

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