Residents to get subsidy on power for CCTVs: AAP

NEW DELHI:People who want to get CCTV cameras installed outside their houses, under a project of the Delhi Government, will have to give an “undertaking” for providing the device with power from their connection.

ROBINSINGH@TRIBUNE.COM

New Delhi, June 9 

People who want to get CCTV cameras installed outside their houses, under a project of the Delhi Government, will have to give an “undertaking” for providing the device with power from their connection. 

According to the government’s decision, 1.4 lakh CCTV cameras will be installed across the city for ensuring women safety. AAP legislators, in their respective constituencies, are distributing a form titled “undertaking” among people who want to install a CCTV camera at their houses. “The government will give subsidy to such residents for the consumption of electricity in functioning of the CCTV camera,” said AAP MLA Surinder Singh. “In the form, residents will have to mention their CA number or electricity meter number and their mobile number to avail of the subsidy from the government,” said Singh. Around 2,000 cameras will be installed in each of the 70 Assembly constituencies here. — PTI

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