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Chandigarh: Haryana director general of police Shatrujeet Kapur on Monday inaugurated 30 new workstations at the Haryana 112 office in Panchkula to bolster cyber security and address cybercrime. The initiative aims to enhance the efficiency of handling cybercrime and foster collaboration among agencies and stakeholders. During the event, he engaged in a detailed discussion on challenges associated with cybercrime. Several police officers attended the meeting and reaffirmed their commitment to working collectively to combat cybercrime. To promptly block funds affected by fraud, bank employees will collaborate with the cyber security team at Haryana 112 office. This coordinated effort will enable immediate action, he said. tnn
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