More CCTV cameras for Chennai and Madurai airports

The project is likely to be completed by 2017-18 end at Chennai airport and by August, 2017 at Madurai airport

GN Bureau | August 12, 2017


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In order to bolster security, the airports authority of India (AAI) has assessed an additional requirement of 400 CCTV cameras for Chennai and 57 cameras for Madurai airport.

At present, Chennai airport is having 651 CCTV cameras while Madurai airport has 41. The AAI has allocated Rs 5 crore and Rs 0.8 crore, respectively, for installation of additional CCTV cameras at the said airports. The project is likely to be completed by 2017-18 FY end at Chennai airport and by August, 2017 at Madurai.

Minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha replied to a question in the Lok Sabha.
 

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