Big brother is watching us…
Dear Mauritian fellows,
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras are being installed in a few regions of the country for our own security.
Flic en Flac is the first region to be covered with 83 cameras as from the 25th May 2009, with a cost of around 50 million rupees. Just to remind you, those cameras were of great help to solve a false kidnapping case filed a few weeks ago.
Port Louis seems to be in the next phase of the implementation of 271 CCTV cameras and 69 cameras for Grand Bay which are to be installed till the end of this year. Indeed, a few cameras have been spotted along the motorway (near Roche Bois).
This clearly indicates that the invasion installation has already started.
Out of subject…
A little error has unfortunately been introduced in today’s online edition of Le Mauricien.
Read the image’s caption, human errs.. We understand…
Update : Error has been corrected a few hours later. Perhaps, because I informed them through a polite mail?
I would invite you to read in this same article, the declaration of Bhai Harish.
Back to the main topic
I firmly believe that this great initiative will help in protecting Mauritians and tourists. These cameras will surely make people think twice before trying to engage themselves in some illegal activity or robbery.
How do you welcome this decision of the government? Do you think that this will help to decrease the number of crimes in Mauritius?
And what about Bhai Harish? 😛
Don’t forget, Keep Smiling… Big Brother is watching us!