Polygon (MATIC): Complaints against Indian police become immutable and transparent

Thanks to an initiative by the Indian police and Polygon, Indians will now be able to register their complaints against a corrupt officer on a website developed on this modular blockchain. The inhabitants of the city of Firozabad, located in the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP), are among the first beneficiaries of this convenience.

Indian police: an original approach against criminals

The website policecomplaintonblockchain.in will ensure immutability and transparency in the handling of criminal records in India. Above all, those concerning his agents accustomed to abusing their powers or falsifying documents. Thus, any complaint registered on the platform will not suffer from any deletion or modification. Even the highest ranks of the police will no longer be able to intervene.

Video presentation of the project

Video of Chief Superintendent of Firozabad Police showcasing “Police Complaint on Blockchain” pilot project for speedy handling of public grievances in the district. »

The website developers described the project as follows:

Firozabad Public Grievance Management System (FGPMS) is a customized portal of Firozabad Police (Uttar Pradesh Police) to resolve complaints. Grievances can be filed anywhere and land in the relevant stations where they prevail. »

Overview of Firozabad Public Grievance Management System

As we mentioned above, this solution is not yet accessible for the general Indian population. Indeed, only the inhabitants of Firozabad can enjoy this portal developed on Polygon.

Access to the forms containing complaints can be done by simply scanning a QR code. The latter belongs to the local police divisions. In addition, to facilitate the use of this portal, we left them practical information to know:

  • the procedure for filing complaints;
  • the characteristics and how local authorities will react accordingly.

Hot reactions at Polygon

Sandeep Nailwal, co-founder of Polygon, welcomed the news:

Hot reaction from the Polygon co-founder

This subject is particularly close to my heart. We grow up hearing of so many cases where, due to some corruption in a local police department, victims (mostly of rape) are not even able to file a complaint. … 1/2. »

Also, it should be mentioned that Polygon is not at its first partnership with Indian Union. The state government of Maharashtra has already used LegitDoc to issue 65,000 caste certificates to residents of Etapalli village. Thanks to this collaboration, thousands of vulnerable people will receive aid and benefits from the State.

Recently, Polygon also announced a partnership with Infosys Consulting to launch M-Setu. For clarification, M-Setu is an open-source gateway for businesses to interact with the Ethereum blockchain.

This Indian police initiative to prosecute criminals eyou agents corrupted via the Polygon blockchain is highly commendable. Unfortunately, many of our rulers are still slow to invest in this transparent and decentralized system. Let’s hope that one day, we will register the presidential promises in order to avoid the false speeches of the less effective policies.

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