CCTVs in Mira Bhayander civic headquarters

Written By Unknown on Jumat, 22 Maret 2013 | 22.23

MUMBAI: As a part of security measure, the Mira Bhayander Municipal Corporation (MBMC) has mooted the idea of installing closed circuit televisions (CCTVs) at the civic headquarters in Bhayander (west). The cameras will be placed at strategic locations in the corridors of the four storey administrative building.

The parking areas will be also be kept under survelliance. A total of 22 CCTVs are likely to be installed in the premises. The civic administration will incur a cost of Rs 2.75 lakhs to install and maintain the CCTVs.

Last year, the civic administration had made a budgetary allocation of Rs.75 lakhs for the installation of CCTVs in crematoriums for facilitating live streaming of funeral rites on the civic body's official website

The plan was to install CCTVs in the 15 crematoriums in the regio to enable family and friends who miss funerals of their near and dear ones to catch up with the final rites on the website. The proposal met with a lot of criticism from the general public who lamented the poor state of the crematoriums. The plan was later shot down by the state government. Former BJP corporator of MBMC Om Prakash Garodia had installed CCTVs in his ward in Balaji Nagar using his corporator's fund in 2011. The civic administration has also been toying with the plan to install CCTVs in crowded locations in the Mira-Bhayander region.

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