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    Civil Supplies Minister Gangula Kamalakar recently praised the Karimnagar district police for their excellent work in maintaining law and order. During a rally held by the police department as part of the Telangana inception decade celebrations, Kamalakar highlighted the speciality of the Karimnagar Police in maintaining peace and security. He commended them for their exceptional performance and commitment to social service, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Kamalakar mentioned the Lake Police and Drunk and Drive campaigns, which have saved numerous lives through continuous vehicle checks. He also praised the efficient handling of a child abduction case in a hospital, where the Karimnagar Police cracked the case within just three hours. Kamalakar noted that due to the vigilance of the police, incidents of theft have significantly reduced in Karimnagar, instilling fear among potential thieves.

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    The minister emphasized that the people of the state can sleep soundly at night because of the efforts of the police department.

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