40 CCTV cameras at Sehwan shrine upgraded for HD resolution

40 CCTV cameras at Sehwan shrine upgraded for HD resolution

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 DADU: Around 40 old CCTV cameras installed at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar have been upgraded for high-definition resolution.

The step has been taken under the new security plan ordered by the authorities after an explosion at the shrine on February 16 claimed lives of over 88 people and left hundreds injured. By using the Composite Video Interface technology the cameras have been upgraded.

By using the Composite Video Interface technology the cameras have been upgraded. Moreover, installation of 10 new high definition cameras was under way at the shrine.

Moreover, installation of 10 new high definition cameras was under way at the shrine. After the explosion, it had surfaced that out of the 48 cameras installed at the shrine, 40 were working but there was no technology to monitor the activities taking place outside the shrine.

After the explosion, it had surfaced that out of the 48 cameras installed at the shrine, 40 were working but there was no technology to monitor the activities taking place outside the shrine.  Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah had issued directives to tighten security at the shrine after the blast and DIG Establishment Amin Yousafzai had said the security at Data Ganj Baksh shrine in Lahore should be replicated for the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, after visiting Lahore and then

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah had issued directives to tighten security at the shrine after the blast and DIG Establishment Amin Yousafzai had said the security at Data Ganj Baksh shrine in Lahore should be replicated for the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, after visiting Lahore and then Sehwan. But a security plan at the Sehwan shrine was awaited for a long time after the incident.

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