Karimnagar: In order to inculcate values and charity among the people, Gangadhara police have launched two innovative programmes “Pidikedu Biyyam Pattedu Annam” (rice for charity) and “Pustakalaku Punarjanma” (rebirth of books).
With a view to extending support to physically challenged, blind, aged and HIV positive patients, cops have designed rice for charity. Rebirth of books helps the students to exchange their old books.
Launching the programme in Gangadhara on Monday, Commissioner of Police, VB Kamalasan Reddy distributed 17 quintals rice to the needy as well as notebooks and pens to 60 students.
Speaking on the occasion, CP emphasized the need to develop helping nature and charity among the people to make them responsible citizens. It was the responsibility of every citizen to support others.
Police department was trying to develop good rapport with the people by organising service orient activities, he informed and assured to come up with more such progrmmes in the future.
CP appealed the people to take part in law and order maintenance by extending their support to cops. People should develop an attitude to contribute others from their earnings, he advised.
Talking about increasing attacks on women, CP wanted the people to play an active role in controlling such attacks by taking it as a social responsibility.
A single closed circuit camera was equal to 30 police personnel, he advised the people to come forward to setup CCTVs in their localities. Cameras would help for early detection of cases, he said.
Karimnagar rural ACP, T Usha Rani, Choppadandi CI Ch Ramesh, SIs Pullaiah (Gangadhara), Chandrasekhar (Choppadandi), students and others participated.