Hyderabad: Police top brass vote
City Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar on Tuesday exercised his right to vote in the GHMC polls, along with his family members at a polling booth in Amberpet
Hyderabad: City Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar on Tuesday exercised his right to vote in the GHMC polls, along with his family members at a polling booth in Amberpet. After voting, he appealed to the citizens to come out in large numbers and participate in strengthening democracy by casting their ballots.
He said "in democracy all are equal and no person is above another. So it is very important for each and everyone to come out and vote. The voting pattern is simple, as the entire process will be completed in 10 minutes".
Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh Bhagwat voted in a booth at Kundan Bagh, Begumpet. After voting, he urged people to increase the voting percentage and participate in democratic process by opting for development.
Bhagwat also set an example of a Good Samaritan again, as he had done during the bandobast duty in Chilkanagar ward of Uppal. After a woman fell down due to health issues, he provided her with first-aid. Recently, he had rescued two siblings after they sustained injuries in road accident.
Cyberabad Police Commissioner V C Sajjanar also voted at a polling booth in Nampally, along with his family. Later he urged the citizens to come out and vote first, as it is their primary duty. They should not fear anyone because the police made all arrangements for smooth conduct of elections and the security has been beefed up.
He said, "cast your vote then do other works next because participating in voting is very important for our future and it is a democratic right."