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Noida Traffic Police write letter to Authority regarding 50 defective CCTV cameras

Noida: About 12 years ago, 177 cameras were installed on the Noida Motorway connecting Noida and Greater Noida. About 50 of these cameras have been defunct for a long time, but no one is paying attention. The biggest thing is that most of the cameras are bad on the road coming towards Pari Chowk. Noida […]

Edited By : Yashashvi Tak | Updated: May 8, 2023 19:21 IST
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Noida: About 12 years ago, 177 cameras were installed on the Noida Motorway connecting Noida and Greater Noida. About 50 of these cameras have been defunct for a long time, but no one is paying attention. The biggest thing is that most of the cameras are bad on the road coming towards Pari Chowk. Noida Traffic Police has sent a letter to the Noida Authority to get them rectified.

According to the information received, about 177 CCTV cameras have been installed on the 24-kilometre motorway from Noida to Greater Noida, but about 50 of these cameras are defective. Whose control was being done from the command control room near the Mahamaya flyover, but now this control room has been transferred to Sector-94.

The Noida authority replied that the work on the underpass is going on on the Noida Expressway. It is being told that during the excavation, the wires of the camera got cut, and due to this, it got damaged. Apart from this, problems are also being faced due to bad batteries in cameras and other reasons.

A letter has now been sent to the Noida Authority regarding this on behalf of the Noida Traffic Police. Which orders have been given to get all the cameras fixed? The contract with the company that installed all these cameras has expired. Now another company has the responsibility.

Also Read: Greater Noida to expand by 28,000 hectares for industrial, residential demand

First published on: May 08, 2023 07:21 PM IST

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