IMPHAL, July 21 - Manipur Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh today launched the mobile application called the NE Citizen Security Management System software during a simple function at CM�s Secretariat here.
The software was recommended by Bezbaruah Committee which was set up in February 2014 after the death of Nido Tania, a 19 year-old student from Arunachal Pradesh, who died in Delhi in January this year.
The mobile application will be available for free download for people of Manipur in and outside the State. The application provides for various interactive features for the police to stay connected with the citizens. Using the mobile application a citizen can now post complaints along with photos and videos directly to the police. Citizens can interact with the police online via the mobile application itself. A tracking feature has also been provided in the application where the citizen can trigger an alert to track his location to his near and dear ones.
As per the recommendations of the Bezbaruah Committee, the State Government has also engaged an Advocates Panel for providing legal aid to the victims of racial discrimination in Delhi. The same information has also been provided in the mobile application. Emergency helpline numbers are also integrated in the application.
�Today, we are launching software for online registration,� said Ibobi while launching the software here. The software has been developed by National Centre for Smart Governance.
Deputy CM Gaikhangam, Health & Family Welfare Minister Phunzanthang Tonsing, Chief Secretary PC Lawmkunga, DGP Saheed Ahamed, Principal Secretary (Home) Dr J Suresh Babu, DGM, National Centre for Smart Governance, and others attended the function.