New mobile App for Tracing Stolen Vehicles!!!

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New mobile App for Tracing Stolen Vehicles!!!

New mobile app discovered for tracing the stolen vehicles. The latest mobile   app contains all the details on the vehicles stolen across the country. This app will be very useful to the public since it minimizes the car theft.  Normally it is very difficult to trace the stolen vehicles. May be due to luck some vehicles will be recovered. Present scenario is like this!!

New mobile app related to retracing the stolen vehicles was launched in New Delhi on 11 March. A simple touch enables to collect every information of the stolen vehicles within few seconds. Surprised to read this!!

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New mobile App for Tracing Stolen Vehicles, Vahan Samanvay

The app is named, as ‘Vahan Samanvay‘, and Union Minister of State for Home Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary launched it. It will help both the police and public to sketch the record of stolen vehicles.

It was launched on the auspicious occasion of the 31st inception day celebrations of the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB).

Along with the mobile app,  a Web portal, Fake Indian Currency Note (FICN), a compilation system was also launched. It will help NCRB to access data from across states and other agencies to get an absolute depiction on its transmission.

Wtach how they steal cars

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The NCRB is mandated to give power to the Indian police with Information Technology and is in charge of collecting and analyzing the country’s offense data. It facilitates investigating officers with modernized IT tools and information related to crime investigation.

The Home Ministry has entrusted the Bureau with the responsibility of implementing their flagship Plan Programme “Crime & Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS)” by March 31, 2017 and the scheme focuses on connecting all police stations online.

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Presently out of 16,000 police stations and offices in the country, 10,000 have already been connected through CCTNS.

This mobile app initiative seems to be good and it makes the job of police unsophisticated.

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