Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today made a statement by announcing Rs 15 crore for the welfare of policemen families in the state. This is an inclusion to the Rs 10 crore declared a year ago by him for the welfare of family of the security personnel. On Police Commemoration Day Naidu stated the state government anytime remains for the welfare of policemen and their families. Every police personnel lose their rest and sleep to guarantee that people live a peaceful life with sound sleep.
He said ‘Law and Order’ are critical for the financial flourishing of the state and it is the obligation of the police to look after it. Andhra Pradesh CM while requesting that the security work force keep up the same pattern in future too said, the state police has successfully checked the exercises of extremists, political factionists and hostile to social components every now and then and asked to maintain their work.
Naidu said, “The state government always stands for the welfare of policemen and their families. The cops lose their sleep to ensure that people have a sound sleep. Law and order are important for the economic prosperity of the state and it is the responsibility of the police to maintain it.”
On the event, rich tributes were paid to 443 police authorities who lost their lives over the nation, incorporating 14 who died in AP, while on duty last year. Last year Naidu declared a welfare fund with a corpus of Rs 10 crore and tried to utilize most latest technologies for making Andhra Pradesh police the best in the nation. Controlling crime and investigations turned into a tremendous burden on the police yet they worked with incredible responsibility for societal prosperity, he added.