Chief Minister handed over patrolling vehicles to the Greater Chennai Police

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Chennai: Chief Minister MK Stalin on Friday handed over 93 patrolling vehicles to the Greater Chennai Police (GCP).  These vehicles will replace the old vehicles in the existing fleet and further strengthen Greater Chennai Police’s modern control room.

Out of the total 93 vehicles costing Rs.14.71 crore, Chennai Police will get 46 vehicles and Chennai Traffic Police 47 vehicles.  These new patrol vehicles will replace the old patrol vehicles that are over 10 years old.

Newer vehicles include petrol signal lights and loudspeakers.  The function was attended by Higher Education Minister K Ponmudi, Chief Secretary to Government V Irai Anbu, Additional Chief Secretary SK Prabahar, Director General of Police Mr. C Shailendra Babu IPS, Greater Chennai Police Commissioner Mr. Shankar Jiwal IPS and other senior police officials.

Our Citizen Reporter,

Venkata T Reddy

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