Mangalore Police get two new stations

The District-In-charge Minister B. Ramanath Rai on Tuesday opened the new Mangalore Traffic (North) police station. He also opened the new building of Kavoor police station.

The Mangalore Traffic (North) police will deal with traffic and investigate cases of accidents reported on the national highways, State highways and interior roads under the jurisdictions of Panambur, Mulky, Surathkal and Kavoor police stations. It will also regulate traffic and look into accidents reported on the road between Karnataka Polytechnic and Mangalore International Airport.

It will have staff deputed from the existing Mangalore Traffic East and Mangalore Traffic West police stations. It will be located above the Surthkal police station. Gopalakrishna Bhat will be the Sub-Inspector heading the new Mangalore Traffic North police station.

The new Kavoor police station has been built on a 610 sq metres of land at a cost of Rs. 1.01 crore.

Police Commissioner R. Hithendra said there was need of land to build new Mangalore Rural Police Station. Mr. Hithendra said the government has approved construction of new building of Panambur police station, Manglaore Traffic North police station and office of Assistant Commissioner of Police (Panambur) on the land available in Baikampady Industrial estate.

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