Superintendent of Police warns eve teasers

Superintendent of Police warns eve teasers
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The Superintendent of Police (SP) Ake Ravikrishna warned to take stringent action against eve teasers. He participated in a monthly crime review meeting held at Ved Vyas Auditorium here on Saturday. Speaking on the occasion, Ravikrishna said that there is a scope for eve teasing as schools and colleges are will be reopening next month.

Kurnool: The Superintendent of Police (SP) Ake Ravikrishna warned to take stringent action against eve teasers. He participated in a monthly crime review meeting held at Ved Vyas Auditorium here on Saturday. Speaking on the occasion, Ravikrishna said that there is a scope for eve teasing as schools and colleges are will be reopening next month.

Ravikrishna participates in monthly crime review meeting

He directed police officials to curb eve teasing in public places and educational institutions. One out of every five women is being victimised, SP said adding that the Police department will not spare the negligent officials, who behave recklessly with women. He instructed educational institutions to form anti-ragging committees for providing counseling to students.

The SP directed police officials to keep an eye on the auto drivers, who are indulging in a robbery. He warned CIs and SIs not to interfere in civil matters and try to settle cases. He expressed anguish over the DPO officials for not clearing the medical bills, probation and increments, which were kept pending at DPO office.

No files should be kept pending and everyone should act with responsibility, he added. He asked officials concerned to dispose of juvenile, non-bailable warrants and UI cases without keeping them pending. Ravikrishna asked police personnel to take up a drunken drive for bringing down road accidents.

He said show-cause notices and charge memos would be served if the cases related to grievance cell were kept pending up to 15 days. The SP said all police families will be invited for police Puskar (scholarships) which would be held on May 27. On that occasion, an agreement would be entered for the donation of eyes from the families under 83 police stations limits, he added.

Ravikrishna stated that stitching machine centres would be set up soon from police welfare fund. DSPs J Babu Prasad, Babu Fakruddin, K Eshwar Reddy, AG Krishna Murthy, Devadanam, Y Harinath Reddy, G Veera Raghava Reddy, Vinod Kumar, Kolli Srinivas Rao, Rajasekhar Raju, Hussain Peera, Supraja, AO Abdul Salam, CI and other DPO staff were present.

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