Ghantaghar under CCTV surveillance.

It seems that incidences of theft from Jewelers shop will get stop from now as the biggest Jewelers market of the city situated at Ghantaghar area will remain under Close Circuit surveillance all the time.

Considering the increasing incidences of theft at jewelry shops  and other suspicious activities of the area  there the representatives of Sarafa Association and other social workers has decided to install  CCTV cameras there, following that around 16 CCTV cameras has been installed in the area.

Superintendent of Police Udaipur Rajendra Prasad Goyal has inaugurated the cameras on Saturday.

On the occaThree_Surveillance_camerassion SP Goyal said that the cameras will create a fear among the offenders and if any mishap occurs than the cameras will be helpful in identifying the accused.

Goyal further said that the if any suspect or doubtful person come to their shop to sell ornament than they should not buy those articles from them and immediately inform the police about them.

Additional SP Dr. Rajesh Bhardwaj has honored all the jewelers including the Ghanshyam Nachani, Ganesh Dagliya, Yashwant Anchliya, Khayali Soni, Ashok Singhvi, Praveen Nalwaya, Rajkumar Agrawal, Manish Doshi, Anil Bohra and Laxman Shah for initiating such a great cause of installing the cameras in the area.

Indra Singh Mehta told media that from now in case of theft of ornaments police will not interrogate the jewelers for recovery of the articles, it will come through the Sarafa association, but this will only be done with those jewelers that has purchased the stolen items by mistake. Mehta further added that the association will not give any support to any such jewelers whose activities will be found suspicious.



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