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CM directs Home Department to send back 3,000 cops

Reviews implementation of GO 610

Hyderabad, August 6, 2007

Chief Minister Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy on Monday directed the Officials of the Home Department to repatriate the remaining 3000-odd police personnel from the city to their respective zones by the weekend. The Home Minister K Jana Reddy observed that policing would become difficult if all the identified non-locals were repatriated at one go. But, the Chief Minister insisted that the entire process be completed within a week.

Reviewing the implementation of GO 610 with Group of Ministers on Monday, the Chief Minister is said that all the identified non-local police personnel should be repatriated immediately. It may be noted that the Department has already moved out 953 of the identified 4,057 police personnel from the city.

Speaking to media, the Minister for Higher Education D Srinivas said that in all, 8,718 staff have been identified as non-locals. In Police Department, 1975 recruitment has been taken as a benchmark. Identification of the non-locals with reference to the recruitment after 1975 will be completed by the end of the month. As far as those who obtained stay, the entire process will be cleared by the end of August and efforts are on.

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CM directs Home Department to send back 3,000 cops
Reviews implementation of GO 610

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