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Liked it…India against rape…can be a very useful slogan against rape…But for that the media needs to play a much bigger role...The reports that come through media are just tip of the iceberg…Most of such incidents go unnoticed…This is my personal feeling...

Surajit Borkotokey 21/02/2014 12:38:00

Dear Sir, Right now we are facing following major issues: 1. Terrorist Activities 2. Theft 3. Rape 4. Murder 5. Road Rage and so on. Right now what is happening is that in certain areas, we are installing CCTV cameras randomly in a unplanned way, but this is not going to solve the problem to bring down the crime rates. In order to do so, with the help of police we can have " the structural and well planned network of IP camera´s laid out along with 24X7 monitoring sites" that can monitor and captures each and every activities happening in public areas and streets not only in one state but all across INDIA. " WE SHOULD NOT FORGET THAT MOST OF THE CRIMES TAKES PLACE IN STREETS" This will help in monitoring and preventing crime rates in streets and allow police to maintain proper law and order. I can give you the real supporting reasons to prove the urgency for us as Indians to emphasize on this part of proposal as soon as possible due to following reasons: 1. M.M. Kalburgi: An outspoken Indian rationalist scholar and college professor who had drawn the ire of religious groups for denouncing superstition and idol worship was shot dead by two unidentified assailants at his home in the southern state of Karnataka over the weekend. Now Karnataka police is relying on few CCTV camera´s . 2. Sheena Bora Murder Case In Sheena Bora Murder case police is unable to find evidence against her mother, it there would have been any camera on streets it would had never lead to this situation. 3. The 2012 Delhi gang rape case involved a rape and fatal assault that occurred on 16 December 2012 in Munirka, a neighborhood in South Delhi. The incident happened when a 23-year-old female physiotherapy intern, Jyoti Singh Pandey was beaten and gang raped in a private bus in which she was travelling with a male friend, Awindra Pratap Pandey. The police studied CCTV footage from highway cameras to identify the bus. Footage released by the police shows the bus drive past a camera at about 9 pm. The police was able to catch the culprits with the help of CCTV camera´s installed in highways. By monitoring the CCTV footage, before the incidence took place, Jyoti Singh the victim could have been alive today. " WHO IS TO BE BLAMED, THE POLICE ?" Yeah POLICE IS NOT TO BE BLAMED TOTALLY, IF WITH THE HELP OF CCTV CAMERA FOOTAGE POLICE WHERE ABLE TO NAB THE CULPRITS, THEN BY MONITORING THE CAMERA FOOTAGE LIVE, POLICE COULD HAVE PREVENTED THIS FROM HAPPENING. " I just want to say that we have everything in INDIA but we lack proper planning and infrastructure. We are already using the Technology but not using it fully, if we have proper monitoring stations, we can really bring a big difference in securing lives of people living in INDIA.

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