Repeated Lockdown Violators will be dealt sternly

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DGP M. Mahender Reddy

Hyderabad, June 01, 2021……The Director General of Police of Telangana State
Police Mr. M. Mahender Reddy, today paid a visit to JNTU, Kukatpally areas to inspect
and supervise the implementation of Lockdown.

Speaking on the occasion he said, Lockdown was extended by the Government in the
best interest of the people, their well being. The Lockdown was necessitated to break
the chain of the virus which has been creating havoc. We can’t just impose Lockdown
and keep quite. It is equally important to see that it is implemented well to achieve the
desired results. And that responsibility lies with the police. And all Police are living upto
the expectations and working very hard that all follow the lockdown restrictions.

Speaker further the Director General of Police said It is the bounden duty of the people
to see that no one comes out of home without any valid reason. At the same time those
who come out due to emergencies, must be helped to move freely. It is also equally
important for the police to ensure smooth flow of ambulances, patients, movement of
any other medical services, hospital staff, Para medical and others.

While police are putting their best efforts possible, there are repeated violators who
venture out without any valid reasons. Such people will be dealt sternly, he warned.
Their vehicles will be seized and cases will be booked without any hesitation. They must
better know that they can’t break the law.

To break the chain we must contribute to the efforts of the police to see that Lockdown
is implemented strictly in its spirit. If Lockdown has to be lifted at the earliest possible
time, we must implement it strictly, the Police officer said while interacting with the
media.

Mr. VC Sajjanar, Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad; DCP Madhapur Mr. M.Venkateshwarlu; Additional DCP Mr. Manikraj; ACP Kukatpally Mr. B. Surender Rao; CI of KPHB Mr. S. Laxmi Narayana; RI Suman and RSI Pradeep Kumar accompanied the Director General of Police