Superintendent of Police S.V. Rajasekhar Babu on Saturday said the ongoing Vanam-Manam programme would go a long way in cementing the gap between the police and the general public.

Addressing a public gathering at the BS Kannan High School grounds here, after launching the ‘record planting of 28,000 saplings by police today’ event, the SP said the image of Police Department was gradually improving among the public due to various public service activities being taken up by them.

The Charity Wall wing of the police and the police garden at the government hospital in Chittoor proved to be the best examples of police-public cooperation in community service. He reiterated that the police would be in the forefront to realize the target of 50% forest cover by 2029.

The SP said all police stations in the district would adopt a government school each, and work for its all-round development.

Roping in students

The concepts of student-police and road safety ambassadors were a big hit with students.

Earlier, the SP launched a mass sapling plantation at the District Police Training College and the District Police Office lawns.

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