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Governor asks DSPs to take a pledge against corruption

Posted by on April 8, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad: The State Governor Mr ESL Narasimhan asked the DSPs, who completed their training, to take a pledge against indulging in corrupt practices. He advised the Home Minister Ms Sabitha Indra Reddy to appoint good officers in Police Training Centres and providing special allowances to them.

Speaking at the passing out parade programme of DSPs in A P Police Academy here on Friday, Mr Narasimhan said that the new DSPs should not to try for extra money, as the government will take care of them and initiate all steps regarding salary and other allowances. He said that the police officers have to listen to the political leaders when they come to the police station, but they have to act according to the law.

Ms Sabitha Indra Reddy asserted that the police officers have to respect women and said that misbehaviour of any one officer would have negative impact on the government.

The Home Minister and the Governor participated in the eighth batch of DSPs passing out parade here at Andhra Pradesh Police Academy. It was a record that 23 women DSPs were there out of 57 DSPs who completed their training successfully.

Governor’s wife Ms Vimala Narasimhan, DGP K Aravinda Rao, APPA Director Mr Sambashiva Rao were among the participants. (NSS)

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