AR constables of 2009 batch donate generously Rs 5.07 lakhs to their colleague’s family

K M Dayashankar

 

PEDDAPALLI: In a remarkable gesture, the Armed Reserve (AR) police constables belonging to the 2009 batch have mobilised Rs 5.07 lakh and made separate deposits for the three children of their colleague who died in an accident recently.

Pittala Kiran, the AR constable of the 2009 batch, while discharging his duties died in a road accident on August 2, 2021 in Mulkanoor in Karimnagar district. He had left behind his wife and three minor children.

His batchmates, who underwent training along with him in 2nd Battalion Kurnool and the Karimnagar Civil police have decided to help his friend’s family members.  Accordingly, his batchmates working in Karimnagar, Krishna, Khammam, Nalgonda, Nizamabad and Warangal districts had pooled up Rs 3.5 lakhs and the Karimnagar Civil police constables donated another Rs 1.57 lakh making it a total of Rs 5.07 lakhs.

To ensure the safe future of the children, they had deposited Rs 3 lakhs in the name of daughters Pittala Samyuktha and Pittala Yashitha in Sukanya Samridhi Yojana in the post office. They also deposited another Rs 2 lakh in the name of his son Pittala Sa in the post office. The remaining Rs 7,000 cash was handed to the family of Pittala Kiran.

Commissioner of Police V Satyanarayana had formally handed over the fixed deposit certificates and cash to the family members of constable Kiran in his chambers in Karimnagar town on Sunday.  The CP had personally appreciated the police constables of the 2009 batch for their noble gesture to help the family members of their fellow colleague who was killed in a road accident.

The batchmates from Warangal Kanne Raju alias Swimmer Raju, Karimnagar batchmates Raju, Nagaraju, Murali, Gopi, Kumaraswamy, Satish, Hussain,, Mahesh, Mallesham, Srinivas, Chennakesava, Narender, Madhukar, Surender, Shyamsunder, Venugopal, Kailash and others were also present.

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  • December 30, 2021 at 2:32 am
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    Excellent read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing a little research on that. And he just bought me lunch since I found it for him smile Thus let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch!

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