Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu hailed off new vehicles for Andhra Pradesh police at Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation Stadium here on Monday. On the whole, 2,387 vehicles, including two, three, four and six-wheelers and a couple of ambulances, were added to police armada in the State.
Later, addressing media persons later Director General of Police J.v. Ramudu said government obtained the new vehicles at an expense of Rs.100 croreand they would be conveyed to all regions according to prerequisite.
“Some exceptional reason vehicles, interceptors, vehicles for signs and finger printing groups and transportation were obtained and they will be utilized for watching on parkways and in urban communities and towns. A couple of vehicles would be furnished with projectile evidence office, which are utilized for VIP guards and against Naxal operations,” said Mr. Ramudu
“The motivation behind acquainting new vehicles is with increment portability, better utilization of innovation and straightforwardness. Before long cams would be introduced at all police headquarters to guarantee straightforwardness”, said Mr. Ramudu.
The new vehicles would be utilized for controlling rash and careless and plastered driving in this manner spare the lives amid mischances on expressways, the DGP included.
Prior, police gave over a check for Rs 8.13 crore to Mr. Naidu towards the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for Hudhud tornado victimized people.
Vice president Minister N. China Rajappa, Union Minister Y.s. Chaudary, Ministers Devineni Umamaheswara Rao, P. Narayana, Kamineni Srinivas, and Kollu Ravindra, Mps, Mlas and officers of different offices were available.