A total of eight Policemen were presented ‘Knights in Khaki’ award at a function jointly organised by Mysore Round Table- 21 and Mysore Ladies Circle-9 at Hotel Regaalis in the city last evening.
S.P. R. Dileep presented the award to Lakshmipuram Police Constable Raghav, Metagalli Police Constable Suresh, Udayagiri Police Constable- Doreswamy, Constable Mahesh of the City Police Commissioner's Office, Constable R. Kumaraswamy of the District Police, Head Constable R. Lokesh, DAR Woman Constable Mangala and Head Constable Nanjappa of Wireless Department.
Sepaking on the occasion, Dileep observed that the work of a Police Constable was tougher than that of a soldier.
The soldier guarding the nation will be clearly knowing who the enemy is. But a Policeman has to identify the enemies within the society and save the society from such elements, he remarked.
Pointing out that Policemen always worked under stress, Dileep said it was laudable that several organisations upon recognising the services of Policemen, have chosen to felicitate them.
Round Table India National President Tr. Vineet Parekh, Vice-President Tr. Harish Shenoy, Area-6 Chairman Tr. Manoj Mehra, Ladies Circle India National Secretary Cr. Namrata Shenoy, Area-6 Chairperson Cr. Kajol Bhatia, Mysore Round Table- 21 President Tr. Arjun Ranga, Vice-President Tr. Pulakeshi Vari, Treasurer Tr. Veeran Ranjan, Secretary Tr. Tarun Giri, former President Tr. S.V. Harish, Mysore Ladies Circle-9 Chairperson Cr. Vanita Santosh, former Chairperson Cr. Pooja Harish, Secretary Cr. Preeti Ranjan and Treasurer Cr. Manasi were present on the occasion.
Courtesy : Star Of Mysore