KCR salutes cops for ensuring peace
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday saluted the State police for its huge success in ensuring peace in the State, curbing the Maoist menace and bringing the crime rate down.
Addressing first of its kind conference of policemen from the level of Sub Inspectors to the Director General of Police KCR said that whenever he visited New Delhi every body, including the Prime Minister and Home Minister, praised the performance of State police and said there was no match to Telangana police in the country.
The day long conference at the Hyderabad International Convention Center was attended by nearly 2,000 cops from all over the State and had a direct interaction with the Chief Minister.
“For women, Hyderabad will be made as safe as Singapore where women fearlessly move around even at midnight. With this spirit we have formed ‘She Teams’ to curb eveteasing and it has earned laurels from all,” KCR said.
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