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Sunday, 05 February 2023 8.03 AM IST

Every damaged surveillance camera must be repaired, orders CM

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Chief Minister has ordered that every surveillance camera in the state must be in working condition immediately. Those that are damaged will be repaired. Damaged cameras that work on older technology will be replaced with the most modern type cameras.

The CM’s order comes during a meeting to discuss about police cameras that are used to check speeding and violations of traffic rules.

When main roads are build, the plan to set up CCTVs should be done at the planning stage itself. Cameras must be placed in institutions where more than a specific number of customers come. All business institutions or shops must install cameras that can store up to one month of footage. For this, amendments will be done to Panchayat, Municipal, and Police Act. MP, MLA, and local body funds will be used to put up cameras.

In addition, awareness will be conducted to handover the footage of CCTV placed at homes and public places to the police if need arises.

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