Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao inaugurated the Telangana State Police Integrated Command and Control Centre at Banjara Hills on Thursday.
He was accompanied by Home Minister Mohd Mahmood Ali, Cinematography Minister T Srinivas Yadav, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar, DGP Telangana M Mahendar Reddy and other officials.
The command and control centre was constructed at a cost of over 600 crores. The foundation of the building was laid in the year 2017.
CM KCR saluted the police who are working for the society and said that he wishes to see a cultured policing system across the board.
He called upon the police department to work effectively to curb drugs and drive out the epidemic.
He assured that the government will always support the police. CM KCR also mentioned the issue of women’s safety when he went abroad.
He said that he hopes that Telangana policing system as friendly police will stand as an inspiration for the country.
He recalled that Mahender Reddy had said at that time that although the management of the CCC is under the authority of the police department, it would be useful for the entire administration.
“Heartfelt congratulations to the Telangana Police Department for setting up a great platform to display great work,” CM KCR said explaining that this building was supposed to be completed two years ago, but there was a little delay due to Corona.
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