Delhi Metro's new security helpline launched
The Central Industrial Security Force today launched a new electronic surveillance control room and security helpline number -- 155655 -- for Delhi Metro commuters.
The CISF, which secures the Delhi Metro and its over 200 operational stations in the national capital region, already has a command center that functions from central Delhi.
"The new helpline will facilitate metro commuters by providing them one-stop solutions for all their security and safety queries and complaints," Singh said, adding, "The helpline personnel will provide first-hand information on metro operations as well as of nearby areas."
The modern control room will monitor 94 stations out of 206 stations on the yellow, red, pink and magenta lines through more than 5,300 CCTV cameras.
A new training center 'kavach' was also inaugurated today by DG Ranjan. It will train 140 security personnel.
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