CCTVs Must At Interrogation Rooms Of Probe Agencies: SC
The Morning Standard|December 03, 2020
CCTV cameras must then be installed with such recording systems so that the data that is stored thereon shall be preserved for a period of 18 month — Supreme Court

IN a ruling that sets out about to fix police accountability, the Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Centre and the states and Union territories to install CCTV cameras and recording equipment at all police stations across the country.

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