Police officers from Udupi, DK chosen for chief minister’s medals


Team Udayavani, Mar 10, 2020, 5:28 PM IST

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Mangaluru/Udupi: Police officers from Udupi and Dakshina Kannada have been chosen for chief ministers medals. The Chief Minister’s medals are given to the police officers for their excellent achievements in the field.

Udupi district Superintendent of police N Vishnuvardhan and Deputy Superintendent of police Jaishankhar has won chief minister’s medals in recognition of their service to the police department.

Apart from them, head constable of CAR, Varun Alva, Harish Padavinangadi, Assistant sub-inspector of city crime branch Dinesh N C, head constable of Mangaluru police station and K Gopalakrishna, Head constable of Kavoor station too have been chosen for the chief minister’s medals.

Rafiq K M, police inspector of Panmbur in the past has been chosen for the Chief Ministers’ gold medal for the year 2018.

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