Hyderabad Police Saw A Sea Of Changes: Anjani Kumar
Hyderabad, August 17, (Maxim News): As part of the modernization, the then Nizam Government in the year 1912, added 12 bicycles to Abids Police Station. Since then, till today, the Hyderabad Police have saw a sea of changes, said Mr Anjani Kumar, Police Commissioner of Hyderabad while addressing a 100 plus gathering of FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) on Tuesday evening at Hotel Kohenur in Madhapur.
The Commissioner of Police was the chief guest and addressed the members of FLO on Enforcing to Reinforcing, Police-Citizen Partnership for a Better Society, an interactive session
Welcoming the gathering, Ms Uma Chigurupati, Chairperson of FLO Hyderabad said, Hyderabad Police are proved to be friends of citizens in many ways. And it was more visible during the pandemic. We all have holidays, weekends, and festivals, but, police do not have such luxuries. Imagine an hour without police. The state of affairs and lawlessness in Afghanistan is a live example in front of our eyes, she said.
From Cycle patrolling to Cyber patrolling, the City Police have a long history Anjani Kumar said.
Today the city has the best Cyber Lab in India, he added.
Policing is not new, from hunters to food gatherers to production, trade, the need for safety arose gradually. The safety of food was the most important thing in those days. Now the definition of crime is also changing. If you observe the developments in Afghanistan and lawlessness there in the last couple of days is a shame to the modern world. The democratically elected government has to leave the realms of affairs to the people who want to get a hold of governance by force. (Maxim News)