Mangalore: District police bid farewell to Seemanth Kumar Singh




Mangalore, Nov 1, 2012 : The Mangalore Police Commissionerate organized a felicitation and farewell party for Seemanth Kumar Singh, first police commissioner for Mangalore, who recently got his transfer order.

Mr. Singh, who is now 42 years old, was the Mangalore police commissioner from April 30, 2010 to September 2012.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Singh expressed his satisfaction with his performance as the police commissioner of the city. He also expressed his appreciation of his subordinates, stating that anything he might have achieved during his tenure was because of excellent team work.

He also said that the city requires more control rooms, assuring that 200 police personnel will be deployed soon to deal with the shortage of man power in the police department.

Delivering the presidential address, IGP (western range) Prathap Reddy said that, under the leadership of Mr. Singh, the police have responded well to law and order situation. He appreciated Mr. Singh for being an able leader and working in a systematic manner.

Manish Kharbikar, Mangalore police commissioner, said that it is good to have a predecessor like Mr. Singh, adding that, with the help of the other police officers, he will continue with Mr. Singh’s good work.

Gurudutt Kamath and ACP Jagannath also spoke on the occasion.

News Source - MTNN

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