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    Greyhounds and Octopus Additional Director General (Operations), Vijay Kumar, and Cyberabad Police Commissioner, Stephen Ravindra, inaugurated new classrooms at Vagdevi School in Rangareddy. The school is located within the Narsinghi police station limits of the Cyberabad Police Commissionerate. ARK – SPHS 88 foundation members were also present at the event.

    Vijay Kumar praised the sacrifices made by the Greyhounds police personnel for the betterment of society. He acknowledged that these personnel often spend long periods away from their families while fulfilling their challenging duties.

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    Stephen Ravindra highlighted the swift response in building new classrooms to address the shortage at Vagdevi Primary School in Vyas Nagar Greyhounds. He also mentioned that Civil Services Officers would be assigned to Greyhounds posting first after their training.

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    A tribute was given to NS Bhati for his instrumental role in imparting tactical training and achieving numerous successes in the field.

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    The school, established on June 21, 2004, holds historical significance and has seen continued growth under the leadership of Anurag Sharma IGP Greyhounds, Govind Singh, Additional DGP Operations Telangana, and NS Bhati as Greyhounds DIG.

    Rajesh Kumar Agarwal and his son Gaurav Agarwal were recognized for their efforts in ensuring classroom comfort by installing insulating materials to combat the heat.

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    KP Srinivas, a member of the Arc Foundation, commended their mission to protect the community and highlighted the foundation’s motto of “Give back to the society.”

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    The event concluded with a gesture of appreciation for the distinguished guests, who received mementos and shawls.

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