At least 35 CCTV cameras will be installed in each station and the feeds will be linked to a server at its divisional headquarters.
According to Indian Express, Finance Ministry allocated Rs 200 crore for this financial year so that work can begin at once. Further, Chairman of Railway Board will personally monitoring the project progress.
Railways included this project in the list of works to be done in 2016-17.
Further, PMO has told Railways that the CCTV coverage should also be used to monitor station cleanliness. The ministry is chalking out a plan in this regard.