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Around 500 CCTV’s to monitor MG Rd on New Year’s Eve


Team Udayavani, Dec 23, 2017, 3:41 PM IST

Bengaluru: City police are taking necessary steps to prevent any kind of unpleasant incident on the New Year’s Eve.

Elaborate security arrangements have been planned including installation of over 500 HD cameras, are being put in place in and around MG Road area.

DCP Chandragupta said, “CCTV cameras will be monitored by a team of policemen, who will give live feedback to their colleagues on the ground,”

“As no event has been organised on Brigade Road this year, there is no point in a crowd gathering on that road,” said a senior police officer.

Police will not allow people to gather instead they will be asked to move on to Brigade Road towards Rex Theatre.

Apart from this, over 1,500 policemen with reflective jackets would be deployed along with 60 additional patrolling vehicles to monitor the crowd and take necessary action. Around 200 floodlights will be installed at sensitive areas in and around M.G. Road for better illumination, he said.

In addition, security will be beefed up across sensitive areas in the city especially in Banaswadi, Hennur, Fraser Town, Shivajinagar and Halasuru that lead towards M.G. Road.

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