SCR GM meets CS and DGP

SCR General Manager Gajanan Mallya meeting Chief Secretary Anil Chandra Punetha at the Secretariat on Wednesday.

SCR General Manager Gajanan Mallya meeting Chief Secretary Anil Chandra Punetha at the Secretariat on Wednesday.   | Photo Credit: HAND OUT

State can count on rly. police wings, he says

South Central Railway (SCR) General Manager Gajanan Mallya met Chief Secretary (CS) Anil Chandra Punetha and Director General of Police (DGP) R.P. Thakur, on Wednesday. Mr. Mallya discussed on the ongoing railway projects in the State with the CS and the security issues with Mr. Thakur. The GM assured the DGP of all cooperation from the Railway Protection Force and the Government Railway Police in preventing crimes in and around railway stations.

He inspected the wagon care centre and the routine overhaul depot in the city. The GM visited the under-construction out-patient block, and male surgical and children’s wards in the railway hospital and interacted with the patients and their attendants.

The GM enquired with Divisional Railway Manager R. Dhananjayulu about the doctors, paramedical staff and the infrastructure available in the hospital. He inspected the multi-disciplinary divisional training centre at Krishna Canal and inaugurated the administrative and training block.

Mr. Mallya held a meeting with the officials of different branches and reviewed the performance of the division.

Senior Divisional Security Commissioner Sachin Balode and other officials accompanied the GM.

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