CM inaugurates ultramodern police control room building at Ujjain

Dedicates 7 works for police costing Rs. 41.68 crore

cmolice3.3.16Bhopal, March 3, 2016 (Ataullah Faizan):  Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan dedicated a 4-storey well equipped new police control room building at DRP Line Ujjain today. He also dedicated works costing Rs. 41.68 crore for police. He inspected police control room building. Monitoring of Simhastha-2016 Mela area will be undertaken from this control room building. The building has chambers of police officers on the ground floor along with Simhastha Mela Wing, IT and Women’s Cell.

Meeting and video-conferencing hall is on the first floor, CC TVs, wireless equipments and Dial-100 Scheme arrangements on the second floor. Over 500 CC TV cameras are being installed in Mela area, which will be monitored from this building. The fourth floor has rooms for officers of police, forensic & finger print department and bomb defusal team’s officers. After Bhopal, such fully equipped police control room in the state has been constructed at Ujjain.  The Chief Minister dedicated at DRP Line Ujjain 7 Simhastha-related works costing Rs. 41.68 crore for police.

In-charge Minister Mr. Bhupendra Singh, Simhastha Central Committee’s Chairman Mr. Makhan Singh, MP Dr. Chintamani Malviya, MLAs Dr. Mohan Yadav and Mr. Anil Firojiya and administrative and police officers were present on the occasion. The Chief Minister planted a sapling of Ashok at Kalidas Garden on Kothi Road. He inspected saplings planted there. The Chief Minister also released a brochure containing information about Simhastha. He saw the paintings on walls of the garden prepared by local artists.

Saplings of plants and trees mentioned in works of Mahakavi Kalidas have been planted in Kalidas Garden. Birds of various species are also found in Kamal Sarovar in the garden. Mainly, saplings of 66 species mentioned in works of Kalidas have been planted in the garden. The Chief Minister dedicated works costing Rs. 5 crore at Vikram Kiriti Mandir. A 400-seat auditorium and indoor stadium has been constructed and renovation and expansion works undertaken at the Mandir.