To wean away youth from being interested in outlawed Maoist ideology and be part of their ranks, Mancherial Deputy Commissioner of Police in-charge Akhil Mahajan appealed to Maoist-infested village to take the benefit of huge police recruitment and be part of the khaki drive.
He known as upon residents of Tirumalapur, a tribal hamlet of Rottepalli, to not harbour anti-social components and switch them away from gaining a foothold once more.
The officer lately launched ‘Police Meekosam’, a programme to coach the villagers in regards to the welfare schemes and employment alternatives offered by the State authorities.
The youths are the long run and so they can rewrite the golden historical past with the alternatives now offered by the State authorities, the IPS officer of the 2017 batch mentioned.
Recalling the historical past, he mentioned gone are the times when youths of the Maoist infested villages avoided making use of for police jobs. “But, now the situation has totally taken a turn, and jobs in the police department are the target of the youngsters of the agency areas. So, seize the opportunity to serve society,” Mr. Mahajan mentioned.
He made a fervent enchantment to the youth to know their issues and requested them to method the police any time.
He additionally inquired in regards to the actions of outlawed get together cadre and requested them to alert the police in case of any suspicious actions within the space. “Stay away from anti-social elements and do not support them in any case for the betterment of your future,” the officer mentioned.
Mr. Mahajan appealed to the villagers to supply schooling to their youngsters within the State-run residential colleges and schools and later distributed 20 kg rice baggage to every member of 40 households, other than woollen blankets and volleyball kits to the youths.