Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (HB)
Udupi, November 23: “A special beating system called ‘Sunset Operation’ has been started by the Udupi District Police in order to keep an eye on drug trafficking, illegal activities and the protection of women,” said the police superintendent of Udupi. N Vishnuvardhan district during a monthly press club interaction program here on Tuesday, November 23.
He said: “In this operation, the police personnel of the city police stations, including the SP and the ASP, will carry out special rounds in Manipal once a week or more between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. the sensitive and desolate area. We started this system two weeks ago on an experimental basis (pilot plan). The beating system will be extended wherever it is needed. This surprise beat system will help fight crimes that occur in the city at night.
“We are taking the necessary measures to avoid traffic problems in the city. We work around the clock to manage traffic in the city especially during rush hour, in school zones and on weekends. Due to uncertain precipitation, road works are stopped. Therefore, it takes a little more time for all of the things to fall into place.
“At the Kalsanka junction there is enough space to take a detour to the left for smooth traffic. We are planning on this part, ”he said.
Responding to a question on how the police department will encourage coastal youth to join the military or police service, the SP said, “These days coastal youth are joining the police force, but the numbers are comparatively inferior to other places. The government pays the police a good salary. We asked them to apply online and also urged them to join the department in greater numbers. “
The SP has also called on victims of cybercrime and online fraud to turn to the police or block their bank accounts.
“There is no authorization to park vehicles on the sidewalks. We will talk to the authorities concerned, ”he said.
On this occasion, SP Vishnuvardhan issued media stickers for vehicles and handed them to journalists. Ankith Shetty and Chethan Matpady helped design the media sticker.
ASP Kumarachandra said: “The police service and the media play an important role in maintaining the well-being of society. Let’s work towards a “crime-free society”.
Journalists Subhaschandra Vagle, Hariprasad Nandalike of Daijiworld and US Shenoy, winner of the PR Rammayya Prize, were congratulated by the association.
Rajesh Shetty, District President, Udupi District Working Journalists Association chaired the program.
District Information Officer Manjunath was present.
Nazeer Polya, Secretary General welcomed the assembly and Umesh Marpalli, Treasurer returned the vote of thanks. Journalist Rakesh Kunjur moderated the program.