As a pilot project, the cameras will be installed at the most critical locations in Panchkula, with consultation of the Police department. Whereas, the technology for the system will be provided by an Israel-based artificial intelligence systems provider.
The Haryana government had first set a target to free the state of stray animals by August 15, 2018, and then had extended it to January 1, 2019. It’s been eight months since this deadline lapsed but stray cattle continue to roam free on the roads of Panchkula.
Make the mistake of entering without permission, and chances are you will be booked under a number of sections of the Indian Penal Code ranging from outraging the modesty of women to intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace.
Shivam’s father, Vijay Tiwari, said in his complaint that his son had complained of stomach ache and started vomiting on Saturday night following which he was taken to the Derabassi civil hospital and admitted there.