STATE TIMES NEWS RAJOURI: Stepping up the present security setup of Rajouri town, Jammu and Kashmir Police authorities have covered ten sensitive as well as entry and exit points of Rajouri town under Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) network. The decision to install high quality cameras was taken during a recent security review meeting of District Police Rajouri. The process to install cameras continued for several days and got completed on Tuesday evening after installation of cameras at ten locations. The locations selected for installation of cameras were finalised by a team of police officers and these locations include sensitive locations in terms of movement of anti-social elements as well as entry and exit points of town. Senior Superintendent of Police, Rajouri, Yougal Manhas said that with the installation of cameras, security agencies will be able to check movement and activities of people involved in unlawful activities. He further said that an earlier project of installation of cameras in town got shelved due to some technical reason after which this new initiative has been taken. SSP Rajouri Yougal Manhas also said that people should follow the trend of installation of cameras in their localities and especially at big business establishments which will help police in keeping a check on people involved in unlawful activities.
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