Hyderabad, Aug.4 (Press media of india): Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has asked the police department to focus on updated developments related to the law and order and try to deliver the better service to peo,ple.
Addressing the programme after inaugurating the Iconic Command Control Centre (ICCC) at Banjara Hills here on Thursday, the Chief Minister said that as long as humans are existed on the earth, there is a need of policing for the society and the police need to improve their functions and reforms their skills for providing better service to the people.
The Chief Minister also expressed concern over the significant increase in cases of cyber fraud and various cyber-related incidents and asked DGP Mahender Reddy to chalk out an action plan to counter the menace of cyber crime.
Steps should be taken to reduce the cyber related crime by formulating the effective laws and taking the suggestions of experts, KCR said.
Assuring ‘all possible help’ to the police department in further improvement of the ICCC building and for utilizing the facility effectively, the Chief Minister said the State police were increasingly adopting a people friendly policing concept.
“I expect the police to also evolve into a dignified and well-mannered police force in accordance with our culture,” he said.
DGP Mahender Reddy said to execute and plan the ICCC, police teams from Telangana had visited several countries and studied technologies adopted there.
“Nowhere in India, and I think in the world, is there such a facility. It is a hub of seamless technologies and fusion of modern technologies,” he said, adding that aim was to see an average policeman on the ground being connected to technology and to be a step ahead of criminals.
Home Minister Mohd Mahmood Ali, Cinematography Minister T Srinivas Yadav, Roads and Buildings Minister Prashanth Reddy, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar, DGP Telangana M Mahendar Reddy, GHMC Mayor Gadwal Vijaya Laxmi, TRS MLA Danam Nagendar and other officials were present. (PMI)