Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu laid foundation stone for the construction of AP Forensic and Science Laboratory at Tulluru village in Amaravati region on Thursday.Speaking on the occasion, he underlined the need of updating of finger prints of all criminals in the state.
If there was suitable punishment to the culprits it would help to contain crimes.
He asked police officials to take steps to reduce crime rate in the state.He also said that has said the adoption of technology by the Police Department was not up to the mark and that it should build competencies to check crime to the maximum extent possible.
He added “thieves are going high-tech. Therefore, police must be ahead of them. Increasing cybercrime, tampering with documents, other menaces are challenges for police. Forensic science can help them.”
The Chief Minister also talked about Andhra Pradesh Fiber Grid and drone technology, which was dedicated to the nation by President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday.AP State FiberNet Limited (APSFL) is responsible for undertaking the works of AP Fiber Grid, its operations and maintenance and business activities.The state government wants to use drones for governance, administration and for the maintenance of law and order in the state.The FSL will be built in three acres of area with an estimated expense of Rs 250 crore.Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister P Narayana, state DGP N Sambasiva Rao and other dignitaries participated in the programme.The Union Cabinet has given approval for setting up of a state-of-the-art Forensic Science Laboratory in Amaravati on 27th September 2017 under the umbrella scheme of “Modernisation of Police Forces”.
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