Reforms under Karimnagar commissioner limits for public safety: CP
Stating that both State and Central governments had sanctioned thousand crores of rupees for the development of Karimnagar city after it was included in the Smart City list, Commissioner of Police V B Kamalasan Reddy said the development occurs only when law and order is under control.
Karimnagar: Stating that both State and Central governments had sanctioned thousand crores of rupees for the development of Karimnagar city after it was included in the Smart City list, Commissioner of Police V B Kamalasan Reddy said the development occurs only when law and order is under control.
Led by the Commissioner, about 150 police personnel conducted cordon and search operations at Kashmirgadda and Bharatnagar areas in Karimnagar city in the early hours of Tuesday.
Interacting with the colony people, the top cop said several reforms were introduced under the commissionerate limits for the safety of the people and the people representatives.
Recently the Australian government has come forward to invest in Karimnagar city. He advised the youth not to get addicted to bad habits and spoil their bright future and they should not misbehave with women. They must concentrate on their studies and must achieve greater heights in their life, he added.
Ban will be imposed on open drinking, which has become a serious problem in many areas. For solving out the cases and to keep check on the anti-social elements, new and modern technology is being used.
People must install Hawk Eye App in their smart mobiles for lodging cases without coming to the police stations and by installing CCTV cameras in their localities, Kamalasan Reddy stated.
While purchasing vehicles people must check thoroughly the documents otherwise they may face problems in the future, he cautioned. Challan system will be introduced in Karimnagar like that of Hyderabad very soon.
The locals should take the phone numbers of Blue Colts teams that are conducting patrolling in their areas and must convey any information of anti-social elements as soon as they notice such in their localities, the Commissioner requested.
Police had seized about 53 two wheelers, four autos and one car that do not have proper documents. Assistant Commissioner of Police J Rama Rao, Inspectors Mahesh Goud, Vijay Kumar, B Ravi, Gouse Baba, Reserve Inspector Gangadhar and about 150 police personnel belong to QRT, Task Force and Armed Force were present in the Cordon and Search Operation.