Case 1. MARCH 29, 2002
Bangalore: the Karnataka power transmission corporation will purchase video cameras to authenticate its cases against power thieves in the state. over 1,700 squads of kptcl will begin physical inspections from april 11 all over the state.
Case-2, Gurgaon ,Year 2015
In a bid to curb power theft and help police monitor and regulate traffic, the city’s power discom has decided to install over 600 high-definition CCTV cameras across Gurgaon in the next one year, at a cost of nearly Rs 134 crore. Checking power pilferage will help streamline the electricity supply, a big step that is also aimed at ensuring round-the-clock supply in the Millennium City, say officials. Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN)’s managing director Arun Kumar told TOI on Saturday that the cameras would be installed to not only keep a tab on power pilferage, but it will also be used for traffic Both News appeared in – Times of India