For setting up a cybercrime investigation centre, a financial proposal of Rs 11.73 crore has been approved by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot
A cybercrime investigation centre at the Rajasthan Police Academy in Jaipur will be set up by the Rajasthan government.
For setting up a cybercrime investigation centre, a financial proposal of Rs 11.73 crore has been approved by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, an official statement from the State Government said on Sunday.
In Rajasthan, police officers will be trained to tackle growing cybercrimes. The centre will also seek the opinion of experts such as law enforcement agencies, cyber security professionals, legal experts, researchers, and industry representatives, the statement said.
For players at the Rajasthan Police Academy stadium, a 400-metre-long synthetic athletic track with eight lanes will be constructed at a cost of Rs 7.50 crore, according to the statement.
In the 2023–24 budget, Gehlot announced the plan for the construction of the track.
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