more metal detectors, cctvs to secure mgbs
Enhanced security measures include the installation of CCTV cameras at important bus stations.
Gandhi Bus Station (MGBS)
Special attention will be paid.
These explosions, coupled with the discovery of 10 abandoned detonators at the MGBS site last week, forced the RTC authorities to install 6 CCTV cameras in addition to the existing 28 cameras.
And a dozen more hands.
In addition to the eight detectors currently in use, metal detectors held are also being purchased.
In addition, 19 security personnel will be recruited to support 84-
MGBS, executive director of the Greater Hyderabad district of rtc a. Strong security personnel monitoring security
Rao Koteswara told reporters on Sunday.
The safety plan is in progress, and it is planned to install 60 CCTV cameras at the Jubilee Bus Station at the central bus station dilsuhnagar bus station (Gowliguda)
Patancheru, Koti, ECIL commuter amenities center, Rathifile and Charminar bus station observe the movement of people inside the station. About 39 hand-
Security personnel at these stations will also be provided with hand-held detectors for random baggage checks.
Overall, he said, there are currently 127 security personnel working at different stations in the capital, and that number will increase to 216.
\"All these security measures are taken at the expense of Rs.
70 lakh, and will be in place within a month . \"Rao said.
CCTV cameras numbered 150 will also be installed at Guntur, Warangal, Tirupati, Karimnagar, Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada bus stations.
RTC alert director Venkateswara Rao said that although some stations already have these cameras, efforts were made to strengthen the safety of important stations across the state.
Mobile metal detectors and door frame detectors will also be installed at several stations.
The cost of purchasing all these equipment is estimated to be rupees.
\"It will be soon,\" he added \".