Mohali to Get 104 CCTV Cameras at 24 Key Points in City

Mohali Police is all set to instal CCTV cameras on city roads. With the increasing rate of crime in the city, Police along with the municipal corporation and GMADA (Greater Mohali Area Development Authority) have planned to instal the third eye on the markets and traffic lights of Mohali area.

In the very initial stage of the plan, the cameras will be put in 24 different locations in the area that will work 24X7. The decision of installing CCTVs in Mohali was a long pending demand of the administration and finally, it has been approved and grounded very soon.

Where the cameras will be installed in Mohali

A total of 104 cameras will be installed in 24 different locations of Mohali, which will involve major markets and traffic lights of the city. From last few years, Mohali area has seen a rise in incidents like theft, traffic violation, snatching and lot more. Police have taken the decision to make Mohali safe for the residents.

  • Phase 3B2 market.
  • Phase 7 market.
  • Phase 5 market.
  • Major traffic lights of Mohali area.
  • Government Offices.
  • Railway station.
  • Bus stand.
  • And more.

All the 104 cameras will be monitored by the dedicated Police staff 24X7 on a big screen. Even the cops are approaching the shopkeepers and house owners of the area to install the same for the safety purpose. Mohali police are keen to develop the project fast to ensure the safety of the residents. Because in last few days Mohali has encountered much crime like murder, theft and lot more. It will also help the police to nab the criminal.

CCTV Project in Mohali

A total amount of 1.90 crores will be spent on the project for the installation of CCTV in Mohali. As of now, GMADA has released some amount of money for the project, that has been paid to the private company who is looking for the same. Mohali have been divided into 4 parts for the installation of CCTV. The control room of the CCTV cameras will be situated in Phase 8 police station.

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