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    Hyderabad, July 11 (Namaste Telangana): The government has informed the High Court that it is in the process of installing CCTV cameras in all police stations across the state. It was revealed that there are a total of 774 police stations in the state, out of which 399 stations have already been equipped with CCTV cameras. The permission to install CCTV cameras in another 103 stations has been approved.

    Alleging that some police personnel are improperly conducting themselves in certain police stations where there are no CCTV cameras, a petition was filed with the High Court. Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice Tukaramji Dharmadhikari heard the petition on Tuesday and directed the government to respond to the plea. The hearing on the matter is still ongoing.

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    The installation of CCTV cameras in police stations is aimed at ensuring transparency and accountability in the functioning of the police force. With these cameras, any misconduct or illegal activities can be easily recorded and reviewed, thereby promoting a more efficient and responsible police system. It is expected that the installation of CCTV cameras in all police stations will further enhance public trust in law enforcement.

    In recent years, there have been several incidents reported where police personnel have been accused of abusing their power or engaging in illegal activities. The lack of surveillance cameras in some police stations has often made it difficult to gather evidence or hold those responsible accountable for their actions. The installation of CCTV cameras will not only act as a deterrent for such misconduct but also provide concrete evidence for fair investigations and legal proceedings.

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    The government’s initiative to install CCTV cameras in all police stations is a step in the right direction towards ensuring transparency, accountability, and citizen safety. With the implementation of this system, both the police and the public can have confidence that their interactions and transactions will be monitored and recorded, promoting a more just and efficient law enforcement system. The High Court’s intervention in this matter further emphasizes the importance of maintaining the highest standards of professionalism and integrity within the police force.

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