Mysore, May 20 UNI | 2 months ago

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will lay the foundation stone for the construction of new Police Commissioner office here on May 22.

The proposed building will complement the architectural style of heritage buildings in this city of palaces. The new building, coming up on 44,000 sq ft area, is likely to cater to the needs of the Mysore City Police for the next 25 years.

Police Commissioner M A Saleem said the Chief Minister would also be participating in a series of programmes organised by the Police Department for launching several development projects.

The Karnataka State Police Housing Corporation Limited is executing the work.

The proposed structure will also house offices of the Deputy Commissioners of Police and other important departments such as the Foreigners' Registration Office, the Special Branch, and the City Crime Records Bureau.

The Automated Traffic Enforcement Centre is also expected to function in the new building, which is likely to have a control room to monitor CCTVs installed at strategic locations.

Mr Saleem said the Chief Minister would also lay foundation stones for the construction of the Police Public School and quarters for the personnel of City Armed Reserve.

(Posted on 21-05-2014)