Hyderabad, Sept.25 (Hydnow): Home Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali on Sunday inaugurated the Police Quarters and other facilities on the premises of the Markook Police Station in Siddipet district.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister Mahmood Ali said that the law and order system had improved drastically in Telangana and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was granting enough funds to improve infrastructural facilities and procure new vehicles.
He further said the State police had won numerous awards at the national level during the last eight years as they improved their performance manifold.
Finance Minister T Harish Rao said that the State government had built the quarters with a budget of Rs.24 crore. The buildings include Markook SI quarters, Staff quarters, officers’ quest house, separate rest barracks for both men and women, and a dog kennel among other facilities.
DGP M Mahendar Reddy said the Telangana police were known for friendly policing in the nation and were also efficiently leveraging technology to crack cases. (Hydnow)
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