Tehran Mayor Installs Cameras on Tehran’s City Guard Forces’ Uniforms to Protect Individuals

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Tehran Mayor Installs Cameras on Tehran's City Guard Forces' Uniforms to Protect Individuals

The mayor of Tehran has installed cameras on the uniforms of Tehran’s city guards to protect individuals.

Alireza Zakani stated that the installation of cameras on the uniforms of city guards and custodians in Tehran is aimed at organizing so that responsible authorities can have better control in various matters and safeguarding individuals.

He clarified regarding the import of metro wagons and the disagreements between the municipality and the Ministry of Interior, stating that the employer of importing metro wagons is the Ministry of Interior, with 1071 units imported in two contracts. However, the disagreement was about approving the imported package from China, and there is no disagreement on this matter.

Zakani pointed out about the import of escalators and elevators from China that such a matter has not been raised at all, and elevators and escalators are produced in Iran. However, last year, 60 escalators were purchased, and their installation will be completed within three months.


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