Mangaluru, Oct 14, 2016 : District in charge Minister inaugurated Mangaluru’s 21st Police station near Garodi Temple at Nagori today October 14, Friday.
Speaking on the occasion Ramanath Rai said that, the bifurcation of the new police station will be fewer burdens on Mangaluru Rural Police station. This will definitely help smooth function and effective restraining of law and order.
MLA JR Lobo thanked previous home minister KG George for enforcing two police stations other one is traffic police station at Konaje. Additional police personal need to be appointed to the new station.
The rural station will function from its current location. The newly created station, which will be known as urban police station, will have its office in a rented accommodation near Brahma Baidarkala Garodi in Naguri. For a better Policing and effective enforcement of Law and order, the Mangaluru Rural Police station covering 54.3 square Kilo meters including 17 villages bifurcated into Mangaluru Rural and Urban Police Station
Overall 44 staffs have been alloted for the new station with one Inspector, one Sub Inspector, 10 HC and 21 constables. Shankar Patil will serve as Inspector while Ravi Nayak will be serving as Sub Inspector.
Mangaluru Rural Police Station: Pacchanady, Kudupu, Tiruvailu, Ulaibettu, Mallur, Bondanthila, Neermarga, Adyar and Arkula.
Mangaluru Urban Police Station: Padavu, Alape, Maroli, Kankanady, Jeppinamogaru, Bajal, Kannur and Adamkudru.
Police Commissioner M Chandrashekar, DCP Shantharaju, Dr Sanjeev Patil, DySP Valentine D Souza, Chief Whip of Legislative Council Ivan D Souza, Corporators Sabitha Misquith, Asha D Silva, TK Sudhir and others were present.