People in DK and Udupi not Showing Interest to join the Police dept – Charan Reddy during Passing Out Parade
Mangaluru: In a Convocation to venerate the police officers and recruit constables for Bengaluru City, the Dakshina Kannada police organized a passing out parade of the 14th batch police constables at the DAR grounds here on January 29.
The beautiful parade comprised of 95 police constables, marching on the DAR grounds after finishing their vigorous basic training for 8 months.
Additional Commissioner of Police (West), Bengaluru, K S R Charan Reddy received the guard of honour at the passing out parade from the newly recruited constables of the 14th batch. Newly appointed SP Dr Ravikanthe Gowda welcomed the gathering.
Addressing the gathering Charan Reddy said, “Today you have completed your training. The District police have given you good training and you have to make good use of it. Today many have won the prizes, you need to have the same zeal throughout your services. Every day is a new learning experience. From today onwards you are joining in Bengaluru city. It is a big challenge to all of you because Bengaluru is a fast growing city in the country and the police service is closely monitored there. You need to perform your duty with integrity.”
Charan Reddy further said, “I hope you all will give good service to the society through the police department with transparency. Most of you are highly qualified, take your educational qualification as your asset and work hard. In Bengaluru city, you have good scope. In Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Uttara Kannada people are not showing interest to join the police department. The police department has the responsibility to convince the people of DK, Udupi and UK to encourage their children to join the police department.”
While concluding Charan Reddy said, You have already been equipped with the basic skills required for your profession. You have been trained with the Laws, handling weapons, Criminology, Computer Applications, Police Science, Women’s Rights, Cyber Crime, firing practice and vehicle driving. Today all the 95 constables who have completed their training for 8 months are mentally alert and physically fit. You should maintain the same fitness and alertness throughout your service. I wish you all the success in your future endevours.”
DySP Puttur Srinivas delivered the vote of thanks. Additional SP and Principal of the trainees V G Sujith administered the oath to the newly trained police constables.
IGP Western Range Hemanth Nimbalkar, DCP Law and Order Hanumantharaya, DCP Crime and Traffic Uma Prashanth and others were also present.