<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Residents of Cuffe Parade will soon be shelling out money to install CCTV camera in their area, and the footage will be shared with the police. The move comes as the residents look to help police in providing better security to the area and more importantly tackle the traffic issues. The residents had a meeting with officials recently on the issue in which they conveyed the same.”We want to have three CCTV cameras in each of our buildings. For this we will be paying and giving camera footage of one of the cameras to the police chowky,” said Sulakshana Chowgule, senior vice president of Cuffe Parade Residents Association.Chowgule added, “We already have cameras in our buildings but for better security on the road, we want to have cameras that face the main road.””Some people double park and then run away. We will put three cameras: one of 360 degree angle, one night camera and one more camera. All these will be put on our buildings and will face the road. The footage of two cameras will be with us and the main camera will be with the police chowky,” said Chowgule.

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CPRA to install CCTV, monitor safety & traffic