CHENNAI: Praising the efforts of the cops and personnel, Director Common of Police JK Tripathy has issued a round thanking the tireless efforts and dedication of the cops and personnel who had been a part of the bandobust responsibility for the 48-day-long Aththi Varadhar competition at Sri Devarajaswamy temple in Kancheepuram.
With round two lakh devotees visiting the temple on daily basis for the previous six weeks, the police personnel are doing a scintilating job in peaceable conduct and facilitating the devotees, the state’s prime police officer mentioned. “Now, it is very important maintain this tough work and motivation till the tip of the competition on Saturday,” the round dated August 12 mentioned.
“All officers on bandobust at Sri Devarajaswamy temple, Kancheepuram are requested to deliver out the very best of their management expertise and assist channelise all of the vitality of the police personnel in direction of making certain the very best public service supply,” Tripathy’s round learn.
This round is issued three days after the Kancheepuram collector P Ponnaiah verbally abused a police inspector for permitting public enter by the VVIP entrance on the Devarajaswamy temple. The video of the incident went viral on social media and the collector additionally subsequently clarified.
Within the video, the collector was seen calling the inspector ‘rascal’ and threatening to droop him for not checking the passes and permitting folks with out the legitimate passes to enter by the VVIP entrance on the west gopuram facet of the temple. The complete incident occurred in entrance of the general public and different police personnel and the inspector was seen apologising.
The surprising stage of crowd additionally put nice stress on the police and the devotees. Within the first week of the competition, two males died allegedly because of the highhandedness of the police and eight others died because of suffocation. The State authorities mentioned in lots of instances the explanation of demise was well being points