Dear Friends,

In the deadliest violence to strike France since World War II, a wave of coordinated attacks left more than 128 dead in scenes of carnage in Paris. The assailants struck at least six very different venues, ranging from the national sports stadium to a pizzeria.

On 2 January 2016, a heavily armed group attacked the Pathankot Air Force Station, part of the Western Air Command of the Indian Air Force. Four attackers and two security forces personnel were killed in the initial battle. The gun battle and the subsequent combing operation lasted about 17 hours on 2 January, resulting in five attacks and three security personnel dead.
Two incidents in recent past is an appalling indication of the threat over casted on the safety-security of people and property at large. It is time to shake awake ourselves from having forty winks towards investing more on aspects of security in the sphere of work.

We are now progressing towards pooling in resources for economic growth, expansion on creating a better revenue system and sustaining the bio-life cycle in the vicinity of this business corridor. I may also call, all your attention on strengthening the security system along with each such development plan. It is more of a necessity than a luxury now. No place is safe especially if the area has a larger dot on the economic contribution and GDP of a country.

In the wake of this New Year we should underwrite to stand together with no psychological or physiological barriers and contribute generously towards able security positioning. This would help the police and other enforcement agencies to think larger for making the IT corridor a noteworthy business destination.

The tapping of system dodges can be roofed through the prudent usage of technology like installing CCTVs in every nook and corner of the respective establishment, being agile and keeping vigil round the clock on the matters related to security. Understanding the importance of the call towards the security loopholes and resolving it on time can save lives also serve as an example to others to learn from.

Hoping that the message conveyed will be taken as a serious alert.

I aspire the ever coordinative members of SCSC would work in direction of bringing this significant reminder into fruition.

Wishing You All a Safe and Peaceful New Year, 2016!!


Mr. Sandeep Shandilya, IPS,

Commissioner of Police & the Chairman of SCSC.