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CCTNS installed in eight police stations in Anantnag

Anantnag—The Jammu and  Kashmir police on Thursday installed Criminal and crime tracking network system (CCTNS) in police station Mattan in  Anantnag district of  South Kashmir.

  

Deputy Inspector General of police South Kashmir Range Swyam Prakash Pani, who was the chief guest on the occasion, said the project will make police more assessable, transparent and citizen-friendly.

 

He said the CCTNS is a mission mode project under the national E-Governance plan of government of India.

 

Besides Mattan, the CCTNS Project were installed in seven other police stations in Anantnag district which will help all the citizens in getting the police services online and knowing the case status , Pani said.

(Kashmir Wire)

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