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Home Minister Amit Shah launches country’s first Cyber Crime Prevention Unit AASHVAST in Gandhinagar

Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurated various people centric projects of Gujarat Police and Indian Postal Department at Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar today morning. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Shah called for effective use of technology to keep law and order situation in control.  He said the two projects VISWAS and AASHVAST will play a key role in preventing crimes in the state.

The projects include Video Integration and StateWide Advance Security-VISWAS project, ‘Netrang’ project to establish Command and Control Room in 33 districts, online portal to pay E Challan and Cyber Crime Prevention Unit-AASHVAST which will have a dedicated service helpline for victims of cyber crimes.

The Minister also inaugurated six different postal memory cards depicting various folk dances of Gujarat. The Minister dedicated free Wi Fi system at Gandhinagar Railway Station.

In the afternoon, Mr Shah will be present at the 9th convocation of Gujarat Technological University (GTU) in Gandhinagar. In the evening, Mr Shah will address the chairmen and Secretaries of societies in Naranpura Assembly constituency.

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