By : M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : The State Legislature has cleared bill making CCTV installation compulsory in all the public places. Both the houses of the state legislature have cleared the Karnataka Public Safety (Measures) Enforcement Bill-2017 by voice vote which makes CCTV must in all the public places including temples, commercial establishments etc.According to the bill, all the establishments where more than 500 people visit per day must install CCTVs in an adequate number. CCTVs must be installed both in all the entry and exit points.Bill also allows the police and other law enforcing agencies to seize the CCTV footages whenever required. As per the bill provision, organisations should save the CCTV footages of at least 30 days and must submit the hard disc whenever law enforcing agencies want them to do so. It can be recalled that state police have already made installation of CCTVs must in all the schools and educational institutions in 2014 itself following series of sexual abuse on girl children in educational institutions. Janasadbhawana has launched mission safe Bengaluru in association with Bangalore city police to create public awareness, under public police partnership (p.p.p)"for safe & crime free society orreconstruction of society. Many experts would suggest Janasadbhawana should create an atmosphere and urge all police people and Rowdy sheeters if any ,Government officers,Corporators and Ministers and MLAs other important personalities and businesses should wear body wearing cameras for creating a safe Bengaluru.