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Bangkok’s first batch of surveillance cameras should be operational by April

Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is now expecting to see its first batch of surveillance cameras start functioning in April. The CCTV project, including the surveillance cameras, has become a priority for the city administration since eight bombs exploded in the capital on New Year’s Eve killing three people and injuring dozens of victims. Deputy Bangkok Governor Rattapol Meethanathavorn Sunday disclosed that BMA was planning to conclude the plan for the first batch of surveillance cameras early next month. Full Story

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