PM Narendra Modi launches Indian Police at Your Call mobile app
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Posted on:29 Nov 2016 18:45:51
29 November 2016 Current Affairs: Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently had launched the ‘Indian Police at Your Call’ mobile app at a national police conference held in Hyderabad. It was organised by the Intelligence Bureau (IB). The app is a GIS Map based interface for the citizens to locate police stations near to their current location so that they can easily reach the police station in case of emergency.
The app was developed by Nation Information Centre (NIC). It has been developed on Android and iOS platforms. It was launched as part of the Digital India initiative aimed at the safety and security of the citizen anytime anywhere.
The app provides the names of the police stations, distance from the place where you are and how much time it will take to reach police station one wants to go to.
It provides the police station number, number of control room and also the SP office number. However, no mobile phones numbers are provided. It also promotes facility to “Tap to Call” any of these police stations and know the route and road distance to reach there.
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