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Police to verify residents, the smart way

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  • Release on :2016-10-28


An expert from Indian Telephone Industries demonstrates a bio-metric hand held terminal to police officers in Puducherry on Thursday. Photo: T. Singaravelou
As part of initiatives to insulate coastal areas from infiltration by anti-social elements, the authorities are set to check the usage of cards such as Marine Fishers Identity Card and Resident Identity Cards issued to the persons who reside biometric security door access control system near the coastal areas.
Experts of Indian Telephone Industries, Palakkad on Thursday demonstrated the operation of a smart card reader to the police personnel, officials of Indian Coast Guard and the staff of Department of Fisheries.
Bio-metric
R. Thangam, Assistant Executive Engineer of Indian Telephone Industries said, “Already three public sector undertakings have distributed the Marine Fishers Identity Card and Resident Identity Cards to the people who are living in the coastal areas. We manufacture bio-metric hand-held terminals and have given 44 of them to the Puducherry government and as a follow-up procedure we conducted a demonstration on how to use those web based time attendance software machines. Using these machines, authorities can easily identify the authenticity of any individual.”
As per the instruction of the Registrar General wireless gsm security systems of India, who fingerprint digital door lock is the controlling authority of national population register, around 79,678 persons in the coastal areas have been targeted for the distribution of Resident Identity Cards in nine fishermen villages of time and attendance software comparison four districts in the Union Territory.
Around 49,098 cards have been issued to the residents in the coastal areas.

Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries also issue biometric identity cards under the name Marine Fishers Identity Card to coastal fishermen in order to strengthen coastal security and to reduce the threat from sea route.
The department projected around 45,272 Marine Fishers Cards and 26,826 cards have been distributed to the fishermen.
Authenticity
I. Pravin Kumar, Sub-Inspector of Police Marine Police said, “Once these cards are distributed, the authorities can easily identity the authenticity of any person. In case of doubt over any individual, we can ask them to produce the cards issued to them. Inserting the cards into the hand-held device, we can also instantly identify the details about any individual. Through this, we can prevent any unauthorised entry through sea route or infiltration into fishermen villages.”