Ahmedabad: Union Home Minister Amit Shah will inaugurate various projects of the Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority on Sunday, officials said.
Shah, who represents the Gandhinagar Lok Sabha constituency, is on a two-day visit to Gujarat from Saturday. The Assembly polls in the state are due by this year-end.
On Saturday, Shah inaugurated several projects at the National Forensic Sciences University in Gandhinagar for `smart policing’, including an e-FIR system, Integrated Command and Control Centre called `Trinetra.’ He also dedicated 10,000 body-worn cameras and 80 new vehicles for the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit.
`Trinetra’ integrates the feed from 7,000 CCTV cameras from different district-level centres as well as 15 drone cameras and 10,000 body-worn cameras of police personnel.
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The e-FIR system allows the lodging of a First Information Report (FIR) for a vehicle or mobile theft directly through a portal or mobile app without visiting a police station.
Shah had said the number of CCTV cameras under the Trinetra project should not be limited to 7,000, but a system should be created to incorporate the feed of cameras installed at railway stations, private residential societies, ports and pilgrimage sites.
“Only then will the `suraksha chakra’ conceptualised by the Gujarat government will become ‘sudarshan chakra’ and provide safety to Gujarat,” he had said.