The Fact News Service Jammu, February 3 : Jammu & Kashmir Police have been dealing with different challenges apart from maintaining law and order situation and controlling terror related activities from three decades, but now they have been equipped with third eye technology to further strengthen their security grid. Recently, police have introduced 33 Highway Patrol Vehicles (HPV) specially equipped with technology such as screens, cameras, announcement systems and can send live feeds. Police have also set up CCTV network monitoring labs and police control rooms where senior police officials will be able to keep an eye on the moments on the highway. Senior Superintendent of Police, PCR, Kulbeer Singh said, “We have recently launched this system in Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and now functional in 10 districts of Jammu Province, where 33 vehicles have been installed with 66 high-tech technology CCTV cameras. We have fixed their area of working to deal with law and order, militancy related incidents,” On curbing terror activities, Singh said, “National Highway has been an activity used by terrorists in recent past and fixing such a system in the highway or fixed Naka’s would help police to curb such activities.