The system will help in monitoring on how the police officials are supervising the arrangements during the celebrations, Hyderabad police commissioner M Mahendar Reddy said.
"QR codes will also be provided to the pandals to verify their arrangements," he added.
Security has been stepped up and over 24,000 police personnel have been deployed across the city, Mr Reddy said. He added elaborate arrangements are being made for Ganesh idols' immersion on September 5.
"Rapid Action Force and Central Reserve Police Force personnel will also be on duty during the festival," he said.
"Lakhs of people participate in Ganesh visarjan. In order to ensure that Ganesh visarjan is done in a peaceful atmosphere, all security arrangements have been made," Mr Reddy said. CCTV cameras have also been installed along the main procession route to keep a tight vigil on the proceedings.
During the 10-day festival, devotees perform puja at Ganesh temples and beautifully decorated 'pandals' or makeshift platforms erected by various mandals and associations. The idols of different sizes, shapes, colours and in myriad forms are installed on streets in major markets and residential colonies.
On the visarjan day on September 5, hundreds of trucks carry the idols to be immersed in different water bodies.
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