Haryana

INTEROPERABLE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (ICJS) IMPLEMENTED IN HARYANA

May 27, 2020 05:25 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

The Interoperable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) implemented in Haryana, which is a common platform for exchanging information and analytics of all the pillars of the Criminal Justice System comprising of police, forensics, and prosecution, Courts, Prisons, WCD and Fingerprint is working meticulously for seamless flow of information among these pillars to make justice delivery system more speedy and transparent and further achieve national target of “One Data Once Entry”.

ADGP/Administration, Mr. Arshinder Singh Chawla, who also holds the Additional Charge of ADGP/Telecom-IT, shared this in the first meeting of State Apex committee constituted for the Interoperable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) implemented in Haryana, which was held under the Chairpersonship of Chief Secretary Mrs. Keshni Anand Arora here today.

ADGP/Administration, Mr. Arshinder Singh Chawla, informed that the Criminal Justice System (ICJS) which is invested under the Crime and Criminals Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) aims to enable a nationwide search on police, prisons and courts databases across all State / UTs in the country.He shared that under ICJS the interoperability among the various stake holders of Interoperable Criminal Justice System including Courts, Police, Prosecutors, Forensic experts and Prisons Department aims at the effective functioning by reducing multiple data entry and increase real-time information exchange between the stakeholders.

ADGP/Administration, Mr. Arshinder Singh Chawla, informed that the Criminal Justice System (ICJS) which is invested under the Crime and Criminals Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) aims to enable a nationwide search on police, prisons and courts databases across all State / UTs in the country.

He shared that under ICJS the interoperability among the various stake holders of Interoperable Criminal Justice System including Courts, Police, Prosecutors, Forensic experts and Prisons Department aims at the effective functioning by reducing multiple data entry and increase real-time information exchange between the stakeholders.

Sharing details about the implementation of ICJS in Haryana, he informed that raison-d-etre of ICJS is to reduce errors and time taken in sharing of necessary information between these important pillars, which often lead to larger challenges like longer duration of trials, transit losses of documents etc. Some other critical benefits arising out of the ICJS ecosystem is usable analytics products like the National Database on Sexual Offenders (NDSO) to identify and track repeat and habitual sexual offenders, he added.

He further informed that the database of all the pillars in ICJS Haryana is being synchronized through Web Application Programming Interface (APIs) so that each system can talk to others.

Among those present in the meeting included, Additional Chief Secretary, Home, Jails, Criminal Investigation and Justice Department, Mr. Vijai Vardhan, Additional Chief Secretary Finance Department, Mr. T.V.S.N Prasad, Director General of Police, Mr. Manoj Yadava, DGP Prisons, Mr. K. Selvaraj and other senior officers.
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Chandigarh, May 27- Haryana Power DISCOMs (Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam and Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam) have introduced the facility of trust reading for consumers. In case of meter readings being wrong in electricity bill, consumers can get the bill fixed by providing correct meter reading online.
Giving this information, a spokesperson of the DISCOMs said that the facility is for consumers in domestic, non-domestic and LT industrial categories (maximum load up to 20 kW). For this facility, the consumers will have to visit the Nigam's website www.uhbvn.org.in or www.dhbvn.org.in. All information about the use of this facility is also available on the websites of the DISCOMs.

He further informed that initially this facility is being started in 42 cities of the state. Under UHBVN Panchkula, Karnal, Panipat, Sonipat, Rohtak, Jhajjar, Kaithal, Ambala City, Ambala Cantt, Yamunanagar, Shahbad, Bahadurgarh, Kalka, Pinjore, Cheeka, Gohana, Gharaonda, Pehowa, Thanesar, Ganaur and Samalkha is selected for this facility. Under DHBVN Gurugram, Faridabad, Fatehabad, Jind, Sirsa, Hisar, Rewari, Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri, Palwal, Dabwali, Barwala, Ellenabad, Tohana, Hansi, Narwana, Narnaul, Hodal, Bawani Khera, Siwani and Loharu is also selected for facility.

Due to the lockdown in the last two months, many consumers got electricity bills on average basis. Those consumers will also be able to use this facility to revise their bills according to the actual reading.

 

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