Punjab Govt selects Ludhiana partner for digitization of Police stations

DQW Bureau
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Ludhiana-based Royal

Infovision has bagged a project from the Punjab government worth Rs 5

crore, called the 'Saanjh Center'. The pet scheme of the deputy chief

minister Sukhbir Singh Badal is aimed at improving the police-public

interface by making 450 'Saanjh Centers' operational within the next

2 months.

Punjab police has selected

Royal Infovision for supplying hardware solutions for the

computerization of these 450 Punjab Police stations outreach centers

or 'Saanjh Centers'. These centers would be made operational all over

the city by the Punjab police department, to facilitate masses to

address their grievances.

Gaurav Sharma, partner,

Royal Infovision said, “The Punjab government is giving a thrust to

upgrade and update the Punjab police by providing ultra modern IT

infrastructure. Although we have participated in other government

projects, but this is one of the largest projects we have handled so

far. We have been selected through a bidding and DGS&D to provide

hardware material to 450 police stations located across the 28

districts of Punjab. This project started in March, and all deliveries,


and payments etc have been completed.”

“Under this project, we

have provided 1,000 units of HP desktops as well as Uniline UPS

800VA,500 units of Canon scanners, 150 Canon printers, 350 units of

Samsung printers and networking products including servers,” added

Ankur Gupta, partner, Royal Infovision.