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K Chandrashekar Rao laying foundation stone for the City Police Headquarters and Command and Control Centre

K Chandrashekar Rao laying foundation stone for the City Police Headquarters and Command and Control Centre

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Chief Minister lays foundation stone for the eco-friendly skyscrapers; says it’s time for people to partake in policing

  • The posh building to come up on 7-acre land
  • The proposed twin glass towers will have 18 and 24 storey buildings
  • 302 crore already sanctioned; another `700 crore to be released
  • 10,000 CCTV cameras to be installed across the city

K Chandrashekar Rao laying foundation stone for the City Police Headquarters and Command and Control Centre

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Sunday emphasised on the need for public participation to save Hyderabad from unsocial elements. Speaking after laying the foundation stone for the Rs 302 crore new City Police Commissionerate and Integrated Command and Control Centre (CCC) at Road Number 12 in Banjara Hills in Hyderabad on Sunday, he said, “Times have gone when people used to be scared at the very sight of police.

Now the police have to work by maintaining a harmony with the public. Maintenance of law and order is not only the duty of the police, but also the duty of public.” Neighbourhood policing concept which prevailed in countries like Singapore and China would be replicated in the State, the Chief Minister said.

The state-of-the-art complex proposed to be built on seven acres of land at plush Banjara Hills here will comprise of four blocks and will have twin glass towers (18 and 24 storey buildings) and will facilitate functional integration of all wings of the Hyderabad City Police under one roof and fusion of technologies relating to all functional wings.

The building is designed as an environment-friendly project with solar photovoltaic roof and building integrated photovoltaic in facade to produce clean and green electricity. It will also have a helipad at the top of the structure. “An amount of Rs 302 crore was sanctioned yesterday towards the cost of this modern building. An additional sum of Rs 700 crore will be made available in the next budget,” the Chief Minister said.

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