Bhushan Borase Takes Charge as SP of DK

Bhushan  Gulabrao Borase Takes Charge as SP of DK

Mangaluru: The newly appointed superintendent of police of Dakshina Kannada district Bhushan Gulabrao Borase IPS, took charge of his office here, on May 23.



SP Dr Sharanappa, who was posted to Dakshina Kannada and took charge on March 5, 2014, has been transferred to Bengaluru as the Deputy Commissioner of Police, South Division.

Bhushan Gulabrao Borase previously served as the Superintendent of Police (CID) at Bengaluru. He passed out as an IPS officer in 2009 from Maharastra.


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SP Bhushan Borase has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Pune University and M.Tech from National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur.

When asked about his predecessor who had started to Tweet on the happenings, Bhushan said that he will continue the good work that his predecessor has done.

He also said that in Mandya district, a first-of-its kind of return of unclaimed vehicles lying in police stations has been initiated. So far, 786 vehicles had been disposed off. Through this project, they also bagged gold for effective vehicle database management to trace the owners of the unclaimed vehicles lying in police stations under category V Best district-level initiative in citizen-centric service delivery through Information and Communication Technology.

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When asked about his stance on the immoral policing in Mangaluru, Bhushan replied, “Mangaluru is a beautiful city and it is my privilege to be the SP of DK district. My predecessor as well as my batchmate Dr Sharanappa served here for more than 2 years and I hope things are well in place. I will surely fulfill the needs of the people of DK. Sharanappa was a topper in our college as well as in the police academy and he has bagged many awards. Whenever there is a need, I will call Dr Sharanappa for his advice. I need the support from the media too; if there is any information that is required or needs to be shared, journalists are free to call my office anytime.”

When asked about the WhatsApp group created to file complaints, Bhushan said that it is a control room number and the public can file a complaint through this group by uploading a photograph and content.

ASP Vincent Shantharaju was also present.

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