Greater Noida: Team NEFOWA (Noida Extension Flat Owners Welfare Association) and residents of Greater Noida West residents raise security concerns and requested the law and order to be strengthened in Tech Zone 4 during a meeting with ACP Yogendra Singh on April 10, 2022.
Residents shared that incidents of mobile and chain snatching are reported frequently in the area. They thus demanded the installation of CCTV in the entire area. They also raised the issue of chaos created on the roads by unauthorized vendors and demanded to increase police patrolling during the day.
Apart from this, residents requested the proper arrangement of parking for the visitors on the society premises. As per the residents, there should be strict instructions to all societies to ensure police verification of tenants and renewal of rent agreements and periodic verification.
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Residents of Tech Zone 4 are also demanding a police picket in Techzone 4 to strengthen the security in the area.
Vikash Katiyar, Vice President NEFOWA says, “Due to the increasing population in Tech Zone 4 and opening of schools, the traffic near the schools has increased a lot. Keeping this in view, residents of Greater Noida West demanded to build a police picket at T-point near Pacific World School and also to replace the cameras with HD cameras at the main gates of all societies.”
Sumil Jalota, a resident of La Residencia says, “It has often been found that people in the area many individuals consume alcohol at night in the open. This makes it uncomfortable for residents to go out with family. Having a police picket will help curb that.”
Shipra Gupta, a resident of Samridhi Grand says, “When we drop or pick up our children from school, we sometimes feel as though we are being tracked by criminal-minded people on bikes with the intention of robbing. If a police picket is set up here, we would feel more secure. This will curb incidents such as mobile and chain snatching.”
Residents suggested replacing cameras with HD cameras at the main gates of all societies so as to keep a close check on who is coming and going out of the society.
As gathered, with the help of HD cameras, the residents of all the surrounding societies such as La Residentia, Mayfair, Spring Meadows, Nirala Estate, Neotown, Samridhi Grand, and Galaxy Vega among others will get the benefit.
Sagar Gupta, a resident of Spring Meadows says, “There is a need to direct the builder/AOA to install HD night vision cameras at the main gates of all societies. The camera will record the registration numbers of the vehicles passing near their entry and exit gates.”
During the meeting, ACP Yogendra Singh gave assurance to install the police picket soon. He gave instructions for the duty of the police personnel an hour before the schools' opening and closing. He also shared that a cyber cell will also be formed in Bisrakh police station soon and public awareness campaigns on security will be started in all the societies.