Hyderabad’s railway stations to come under close surveillance
A high level committee from Telangana has made decision to install 218 CCTV cameras in the three major railway stations in Hyderabad. This measure has been taken to beef up the security and convenience of the passengers travelling by rail.
The committee held a meeting under the Chairmanship of Additional Director General of Police (Railways and Road Safety), T Krishna Prasad and discussed about the issues related to security and convenience at Hyderabad railway stations. They said that security has to be beefed up as the passenger traffic has seen a significant rise.
As per the reports, 130 CCTV cameras will be installed at Secunderabad Railway Station and 20 CCTV cameras will be installed at Kachiguda. 39 CCTV cameras will be installed in Nampally and the officials will also install baggage scanners at the entrance points of these stations.
Some of the other measures that would be implemented are parking arrangements, discipline in lanes, removal of hackers, installation of pre booking facilities etc.