Radio Tag For Kids In Sabarimala Yatra To Monitor Them If They Get Misplaced

Radio Tag For Children In Sabarimala Yatra To Track Them If They Get Lost

The hill shrine witness heavy rush of pilgrims (File)

Sabarimala:  A Radio Frequency Identification tag to trace kids beneath 14 years of age throughout the ongoing Mandalam-Makaravilakku competition season at Lord Ayyappa hill shrine was launched right here at the moment by Kerala police and Vodafone.

All kids beneath 14 years of age could be offered the RFID tags that might be held on their necks at Pamba, making certain their motion and placement might be tracked until the time they return to Pamba from Sannidhanam, the police mentioned.

This initiative would assist stop incidents of kids getting misplaced throughout the annual Sabarimala yatra and free the Kerala Police pressure time and efforts to concentrate on extra essential duties readily available, it mentioned.

Households travelling to Sabarimala with kids beneath 14 years of age must go to the Kerala State Police workplace at Pamba and register to avail this service.

S Sateesh Bino, Pathanamthitta District Police Chief and Karuppasamy, Particular Officer Pamba, formally launched the RFID at a perform in Pamba at the moment.

In the meantime, the hill shrine witnessed a heavy rush of pilgrims, who needed to anticipate hours to get darshan.

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