Hyderabad, Nov 29(UNI) Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy today stressed the need for adopting modern technology to curb crime in the state.
Inaugurating the Cyberabad commissionerate building, constructed at the cost of Rs 8 crore, at Gachibowli here, Dr Reddy said the modern technology would help to curb crime in the state.
He said the government would provide sufficient funds for the modernisation of police stations.
The government had already announced recruitment of over 30,000 trainee police personnel and computerisation of all police stations in the next three years, he added.
Meanwhile, Cyberabad Police Commissioner S Prabhakar Reddy said the police had found clues in the missing girl case.
He said the 18-year-old Swapna, who was reportedly kidnapped, had actually eloped with a person.
The special police teams had traced her at Tirupati, he added.