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Three undertrials appear for constable test
Confinement has failed to throw cold water on the aspiration of three undertrials to become police constables. The three youths, who are lodged in the district jail on different charges, appeared for the preliminary written test for police constable recruitment held on Sunday.
Mahbubnagar: Confinement has failed to throw cold water on the aspiration of three undertrials to become police constables. The three youths, who are lodged in the district jail on different charges, appeared for the preliminary written test for police constable recruitment held on Sunday.
When Radhakrishna of Ramajipalle under Balmur mandal, Jangaiah of Urkondapeta under Midjil mandal and Maddileti of Maddur under Manopadu mandal expressed their desire to appear for the test, the jail authorities decided to give them an opportunity to lead a dignified life after their release. After taking the permission of the District Sessions Judge, the trio were allowed to take the test.
Radhakrishna, Jangaiah and Maddileti were allotted Kalwakurthy, Dharmapur and Gadwal centres respectively. On the examination day, the jail officials took the trio to their respective centres under police escort. After the end of the examination, they were brought back to the jail. It is to be seen now whether the trio will come out with flying colours or not.
Speaking to The Hans India, Jail Superintendent Y Mallareddy said: ``We allowed the three undertrials to appear for the test after obtaining requisite permission from the District Sessions Judge keeping in view the aspirations of the youths to reform.”