Gadwal police asks criminals to reform get rid off rowdy-sheets
Gadwal police have launched an awareness programme for the alleged rowdy-sheeter criminals in the district on Monday. While taking part in the...
Gadwal: Gadwal police have launched an awareness programme for the alleged rowdy-sheeter criminals in the district on Monday. While taking part in the programme, Rema Rajeshwari, Superintendent of Police, said on Monday that those criminals with a rowdy-sheets on the police records would be given a chance to reform themselves.
The police would conduct a detailed study of their cases and if found that these rowdy- sheeters have not committed any office or have not been involved in any suspicious anti-social or criminal activities during the past 10 years, they would be given a chance to reform and their rowdy-sheets would be withdrawn from the police records.
While addressing more than 160 rowdy-sheeters and those with criminal background at the district police headquarters, the SP said, "The Gadwal police have embarked on an awareness programme and as part of this we are giving a chance for those rowdy-sheet criminals to reform themselves. Those with good behavioural conduct and with no suspicious activities and for those not involved in any kind of cases over the past 10 years, their rowdy-sheets will be withdrawn after carefully reviewing of the records."
The SP also advised the alleged rowdy-sheeters to get their names registered in police stations concerned. To get the rowdy-sheet withdrawn, the rowdy-sheeters should approach the police station in which their sheets were opened and submit application for withdrawal of the rowdy-sheets, she said. Deputy Superintendent of police Surender Rao, Circle inspectors, Sub-Inspectors, police constables and others were present.