Published On : Tue, Oct 4th, 2016

Installation of CCTVs Cameras mandatory : CP Nagpur City


Nagpur: Dr. K. Venkatasam newly posted Commissioner of Police, Nagpur was invited at Nag Vidarbha Chamber of Commerce in the Meeting Hall of the Chamber.

Hemant Gandhi, Working President felicitated Dr. K. Venkatasam & apprised about various issues like working of traffic personals, parking as a biggest challenges, cybercrime threats, dacoity, chain snatching, illegal parking by the hospitals & tuition classes near residential areas & also about safety belts & helmets & also said that Nagpur city is developing day by day hence under his able & dynamic leadership, citizens feel safe.

On the occasion Pragati Patil, Corporator was also felicitated by Arjundas Ahuja, Vice President.

At the outset, A Raju Vyas, Treasurer gave brief details of bio-data.

B.C. Bhartia, President, (CAIT), & Past President, NVCC gave his humble submission about hurdles of road crossing near Jaystamb square & parking of private taxies at railway station. He suggested to solve the grave issues.

Your good self are aware that recently Maharashtra Government has installed CCTVs Cameras at Mumbai to watch the culprits. We request you to kindly use your good offices with the Government and demand funds for installation of CCTVs Cameras in the 2nd Capital of Maharashtra/Nagpur in business areas like Itwari Sarafa oli, Maskasath, Grain Market, Sitabuldi Main Road, Dharampeth, Sadar Residency Road and Residential Colonies which are the soft targets of anti-social elements and also an prominent public places.

Cyber Crime threats: Now a days have become major cause of worries in this digital world. Technical controls to avert attacks & protect the business from future risk. Cyber Security requires governance at the highest levels.

It is vital to keep pace with changing regulatory & technology landscape to safe guard & advance business objectives.

Many areas are badly hit by illegal parking by Hospitals & tuition classes in residential areas. Commercial activities should not be permitted in residential areas causing inconvenience to the public in action by authorities is required. Congestion in residential areas have increased though traffic patrolling is regularly done in these areas.

Similarly, Pragati Patil, Corporator said that Nagpur is declared as smart city hence a special committee should be constituted for the development of the city.

While addressing the members Dr. Venkatasam, Commissioner of Police humbly said that he understood the problems concerning traffic signals, CCTV cameras, road encroachments etc. Since there are four departments in the city of Nagpur namely NIT, NMC, Zilla Parishad & Collector, NVCC suggested one Co-ordination Committee should be constituted for the working of the city. The approval is needed from the State Government. CP appealed to all the traders to keep CCTV Camera as mandatory as it is the need of the hour.

Encroachment & Hawkers Zone issues were discussed. The Commissioner of Police further said that we cannot expect immediate decision regarding encroachment & Hawkers Zone without appealing to Lower Court, In reply to banking transactions & Cyber Crimes he shall direct the Cyber team for awareness & safety measures.

Sarvashri Prakash Wadhwani, Past President, NVCC, A. Raju Vyas, Treasurer, Sanjay K. Agrawal, Viren Chandak & Manoj Laturiya, took part in the discussion.

Jayprakash Parekh, Secretary conducted the program & Sanjay K Agrawal, Jt. Secretary proposed vote of thanks.

Prominent present on the occasion Mayur Panchmatia, Prakash Wadhwani, B.C. Bhartia, Past Presidents, Hemant Gandhi, Arjundas Ahuja, A Raju Vyas, Vice Presidents, Jayprakash Parekh, Secretary, Sachin Puniyani Treasurer, Sanjay K Agrawal, Farooquebhai Akbani, Ramawtar Totla, Jt. Secretaries, Abhay Agrawal, Abhishek Jha, Bharatkumar V. Thakkar, Gajanand Gupta, Kamlesh Samarth, Kamlesh Nagpal, Manoj Laturiya, Mahesh Kukdeja, Nikhil Kusumgar, Pankajkumar Agrawal, Pratap Motwani, Prabhakar Deshmukh, Rajesh S.Thakkar, Ravindra Gupta, Sanjayraj Modh Saraf, Shankar Sugandh, Vijay Agrawal, Yashwant Bhojwani, Viren Chandak, Sanjay M. Wadhwani, Hargovind Murarka, Rajan Agrawal, Umesh Patel, Ramraj Nadar, Vinod Sahani, Umesh Shahu, Madhusudan Agrawal, Bandopant Tembhurne, Shabbar Shakir, Sanjay Gupta, Rakesh A. Ahuja, Rajesh Dhanwani, Shravan Farkade, Rahul Jain, A Raju Vyas, Yogendrakumar Agrawal, Madhusudan Sarda, Ramchandra Yerpude, Bhashkar Ambade, Dinesh P. Agrawal, Narayandas Rathi, Harpreetsingh Uppal, Amit A. Tyagi, Yogesh Bhojwani, Dinesh Naidu, Kishor Thkkar, Ramkishor Kabra, Kahid Johar, Vijay Agrawal.