Amravati: The Mangalgiri area is very safe in terms of security and security so the police headquarters were recommended at Manglagiri. Deputy Chief Minister and Home Minister for Home Affairs, Anne Chena Rajpa laid the foundation stone of the construction of the APDGP office in Mangalgari on Saturday. He said that in view of the security aspect and the establishment of new capital, Mangalgari is preferable to the police headquarters. He explained that the APSP's 6th Battalion had already been in Manglagri for decades and that it was surrounded by hills for the police headquarters and very close to the temporary secretariat and the new capital, Amravati.
Mr. Chenna Rajappa said that the building is proposed in an area of 100,000 square feet with G + 5 buildings at a cost of Rs 20 crore. Stressing on the need for rapid completion of the building, he said that he planned to complete the headquarters construction by January 2017. He announced that the construction of buildings for other parts of the police department would be started soon. He said that Krishna Pushkarloo successfully led by Chief Minister N. Chandra Babu Naidu.
DGPN Sambusiwa Rao said that the police department has started administration from AP mainly and that the new administration will be transferred from its new headquarters to the AP tomorrow. Agriculture Minister P. Pulla Rao, Minister of Health and Health Srinivas and Social Welfare Minister R Kishore Babu said that the construction of the DGP office in Amravati's new capital region is the first program to be laid.