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Well done Narayana!

Well done Narayana!
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Well done constable anna…that’s how Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao greeted 27-year-old constable G Narayana Rao. The cop was lauded by KCR recently for refusing to take bribe. Narayana is working for the special branch (SB) of the Hyderabad Police at the Jubiliee Hills Police Station. He has been assigned to verify passports in the area.

Well done constable anna…that’s how Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao greeted 27-year-old constable G Narayana Rao. The cop was lauded by KCR recently for refusing to take bribe. Narayana is working for the special branch (SB) of the Hyderabad Police at the Jubiliee Hills Police Station. He has been assigned to verify passports in the area.

Explaining what prompted the chief minister to call him, Narayana explains, “I had gone to an applicant’s house for his passport verification. The applicant's father offered Rs 1,500 to me after verification but I refused. He then offered me Rs 2,500 but I stood my ground. I informed that cops no longer accepted bribe as the Chief Minister had had hiked our salaries.

The applicant's father was stunned to hear this and immediately informed the chief minister on the incident.” On Sunday, Narayana Rao got a call from the CMO who arranged for a meeting between the cop and the KCR. Narayana was appreciated in front of City Police Commissioner M Mahendar Reddy and Y Nagi Reddy, Joint Commssioner of Police, Special Branch.

“I studied at St. Mary’s School & B Com from Vivekanada School of Post Graduation Studies at Jubilee Hills. I was first selected as a constable in 2009 but I refused as I wanted to become a sub inspector. However I lost the opportunity to become an SI very narrowly. Subsequently I got selected as a constable in 2013 and underwent training at Vizianagaram Police Training College. The department then appointed me in the special branch at Purani Haveli,” he explained.

“My father is working in the Central Reserve Police Force, mother is a housemaker, brother has his own business and of the three sisters, two are married. I am not interested in marriage and want to devote more time for the force. My ambition is to become a sub-inspector first and then work my way to the top,” Narayana said.

K Goverdhan Reddy, Additional DCP, Special Branch, said, “We conduct awareness programmes and motivation classes periodically for the staff to ensure that they deliver. Narayana is one such example who has been motivated by the programme.”

By:Ch Saibaba

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