Nagaland Police have set up a centralized CCTV control room at the Kisama Hornbill Festival venue for the safety of all visitors. This facility helped a tourist recover her misplaced camera with a tripod from near the chapel on Day 1 of the festival.
The police shared that CCTV footages were checked and proactive policemen tracked and recovered the belongings of the visitor within 30 minutes of receiving the report.
The much-awaited Hornbill Festival 2021 of Nagaland kicked off on Wednesday evening, after a gap of one year following the outbreak of COVID-19.
The 22nd edition of the Hornbill festival at the Naga heritage village of Kisama, about 12 km from state capital Kohima, started as thousands gathered to witness the 10-day festival.
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