35 CCTV cameras to monitor dubious activities on district border
| Sunday | 31st March, 2019
Police are preparing a list of people who have been arrested for supplying illegal liquor in the area in the past few years.
AGRA: Ahead of the Lok Sabha election, the district administration has started work to install 35 CCTV cameras on road barriers at the district borders by the next week to make sure illegal liquor, weapons or unaccounted cash does not enter or leave Agra.Additional district magistrate (ADM) (city) KP Singh said, “The district borders will remain in 24-hour surveillance of CCTV cameras.
The district administration has identified 35 spots where barriers and CCTV cameras will be installed.The administration and police have identified 30 villages near borders where there is a possibility of illegal liquor supply.
All suspicious vehicles crossing the border will be checked by police teams deployed at barriers.
Area under 12 police stations of Agra district touches boundaries of Bhind and Morena districts of Madhya Pradesh as well as Dholpur and Bharatpur districts of Rajasthan.
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