Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu directed DGP R.P. Thakur to tour each district and issue a bulletin on law and order every month. As many as 2,500 police constables would be enlisted in Amaravati and the government would take measures for providing housing and other services to the recruits, announced Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu at a Police Commemoration Day programme. He also said a policy would be formulated to provide promotions to police constables.
The Chief Minister further declared that the State Government would give precedencefor the welfare of policemen and announced Rs 15 crores for police welfare fund.
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu recommended that police should use technology for real and visible policing. He said he was all for the invisible police system and that should be established in the State. He further added that AP police should carry on being a role model for rest of the country.
On the occasion of Police commemoration day at the Indira Gandhi Municipal Stadium in Vijayawada, the Chief Minister offered tributes to police martyrs and received a salute from the police parade Mr.Naidu said use of technology is imperative to mend policing.Usage of Drones and CC cameras to maintain law and order in the State and the police would make the State into a smart one.
Showering praises on the services of Policemen, he said that the government had augmented the salaries of police constables up to Rs 18000 per month.