Now it’s a safe travel for women in RTC buses with installation of cameras linked with police control room

Minister for IT KTR launches ‘Bus lo Bharosa’ in Sircilla

RAJANNA-SIRCILLA, AUGUST 15, 2023: In order to check crime against women in the RTC buses, the Rajanna-Sircilla district police have embarked upon an ambitious programme of ‘Bus Lo Bharosa’ by installing the CCTV cameras in all the RTC buses and private school and college buses and connecting them with the command control system for close surveillance.

Accordingly, Minister for IT and Municipal Administration K Taraka Rama Rao had formally launched the CCTV cameras in RTC buses in Sircilla textile town on Tuesday as part of the 77th Independence Day celebrations. The district police authorities have installed 77 cameras in 77 buses and they would complete the installation of cameras in all the 130 RTC buses in the district. The camera feed would be accessible to the police control room and bus depots and the cameras fixed in the school buses would be linked with the police control room.

Appreciating the Rajanna Sircilla SP Akhil Mahajan for taking up the novel security measures for the safety and security of women and girls in the district, the Minister for IT said that the state government was according top priority for the security of women and launched the SHE teams to check eve-teasing. Freshly, the installation of cameras in the buses would instill confidence among the women commuters about their safety and security, he added.

Manakondur legislator Rasamayi Balakishan, TSCAB and NAFSCOB chairman Konduru Ravinder Rao, ZP chairperson N Aruna, powerloom corporation chairman Guduru Praveen, Collector Anuraag Jayanthi, SP Akhil Mahajan and others were also present.



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