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Hyderabad Metro: Propoasal of Police Headquaters to Increase Security

Hyderabad Metro: Propoasal of Police Headquaters to Increase Security

Hyderabad: Director General of Police Anurag Sarma has said that he will submit details to the State government looking for apportioning of 1,525 police work force to give round-the-clock security at the Metro Rail stations at an expense of Rs 54 crore. He said he had proposed three Metro Rail police headquarters, one each at Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station, Jubilee Bus station and Panjagutta, at the rate of one police headquarters for each 22 Metro Rail stations.

Every Metro Rail station would be put under the charge of one head constable and four constables, including a lady constable. One sub-reviewer would be delegated for each two Metro Rail stations. Two DCPs and two ACPs would be a piece of the metro rail security framework.

At an abnormal state meeting held at the DGP office here on Tuesday, he was auditing security game plans to forestall wrongdoing and keeping up the peace in Metro Rail stations and to avoid conceivable damage by terrorists to the railroad stations and tracks.

Filtering of voyagers’ things and gear, security at passage and way out focuses, establishment of CCTV cameras at the railroad stations and in the compartments, sniffer puppy squad organization and assets expected to give security and other pertinent issues figured at the meeting.

Important secretary for Home Rajeev Trivedi, senior police authorities Tejdeep Kaur Menon, Sudeep Laktakia, Gopikrishna, Krishna Prasad, Hyderabad and Cyberabad Police Commissioners Mahender Reddy and C V Anand, L&T CEO and Managing Director V B Gadgil, Hyderabad Metro Rail Managing executive N V S Reddy, approach framework head Anil Kumar Shiny, venture control head KM Manoj, security boss Brigadier Sampat Rao Patel and DGM security Captain Ravinder Reddy went to the meeting.

In his introductory statements, N V S Reddy said the primary period of the three stage Metro Rail Project would have been propelled soon. The Metro rail would have 64 stations and three stops. The state police alongside the Metro Rail Police and private security offices would screen the security at the railroad stations.

The meeting additionally chose to send recommendations to the State government looking for apportioning of a common and outfitted policing framework, expansion of the Hyderabad City Police Act to the Metro Rail power and metropolitan judge courts for trial of Metro Rail related cases.



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