Shamshabad gets new police station
Deccan Chronicle.| dc correspondent
Home Minister Mahmood Ali applauded the police department for stepping up efforts to maintain peace and security in the state
Home minister Mahmood Ali in the presence of Chinna Jeeyar Swami, DGP M. Mahendar Reddy and Cyberabad commissioner Stephen Ravindra inaugurates a new police station building in Shamshabad on Sunday. (DC)
Hyderabad: Home minister Mahmood Ali on Sunday inaugurated a new police station building in Shamshabad in the presence of Tridandi Sreemannarayana Ramanuja Chinna Jeeyar Swami, DGP Mahender Reddy and Cyberabad commissioner Stephen Ravindra.
The minister applauded the police department for stepping up efforts to maintain peace and security in the state.
"As part of strengthening the patrolling system, around Rs 700 crore has been allocated and 28,000 posts have been filled up. Many revolutionary measures have been taken to maintain law and order in the state. Monitoring is being done by seven lakh CC cameras while 26 district police offices would be set up soon. A commissioner’s office has already been set up in Siddipet," he said.
He pointed out that plans were underway for a police station building and staff quarters in Shadnagar.
My Home Group chairman Jupally Rameshwar Rao, MP Ranjit Reddy, MLAs Prakash Gowd and P Mahender Reddy, and ZDP chairperson Anita Harinath Reddy were present on the occasion.