UP Police launches India’s 1st police complaint portal on Polygon


  • Polygon announces that UP Police has launched India’s 1st police complaint portal on Polygon.
  • It has been revealed recently that the Polygon Supernet for UP Police is managed by AirChains.
  • The middleware SaaS Airchains enables users to run their own blockchain network with customizable features.

In a recent announcement made on the official Twitter account of Polygon Matic, it has been revealed that the UP Police has launched the first police complaint portal in India on Polygon. 

It has been revealed that a middleware SaaS, AirChains, is going to manage the Polygon Supernet for UP Police. This will further enable the users to run their own blockchain network with customizable features. 

Well, this confirms that the FIR going on blockchain will make certain that complaints are easy to raise and verifiable, along with being immutable. Given the fact that the complaints will never be allowed to manipulate, this will help in the elimination of corruption. 

What adds to its favor is yet another benefit that victims already suffering won’t have to keep visiting the police station. Instead, the victims will now be able to raise a complaint from the comfort of their homes by visiting the official police complaint blockchain portal, and there, they will be able to track the status of the application too. 

This has come following the efforts of the Hon’ble IPS officer, Ashish Tiwari, who noticed the potential that is carried by blockchain technology. He realized the benefits that can be reaped with the adequate utilization of blockchain technology and carried out an innovative usage of it to ensure impartial justice. 

Sandeep Nailwal, the Co-Founder of Polygon, shared a tweet saying that this is very close to his heart and mentioned that the corruption in local police departments could lead to the manipulation of public complaints. 

The portal has been put together by the Founder of AirChains, Ankur Rakhi Sinha, along with the support of the smart cell of the police district. This surely can prove to be a game-changer in order to ensure the right to justice for everyone. 

Ashish Tiwari addressed that each and every complaint filed will be assessed, and in case if it is feasible, then an FIR will be registered. Following that, the police have the right to decide whether an investigation is warranted within seven days of the complaint being filed.