Cops make a difference in Adilabad

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Adilabad, April 5:If poor employment opportunities are one of the major factors that caused the recent conflict between Adivasis and Lambadas, efforts by the Adilabad police are certainly playing a vital role in ending the unrest in peaceful tribal habitations. If underdevelopment still haunts certain interior habitations, police officials' selfless interest in creating basic amenities is bringing respite to the hapless aboriginal tribals.
Helping youth crack jobs
For the first time, as many as 570 tribal youths were recruited by around 26 top firms including Dr Reddy's Lab, Flipkart, Dmart, Eureka Forbes and others in a mega job drive held by the police department in association with ITDA-Utnoor at Echoda mandal centre on March 25. It is, in fact, a landmark achievement in terms of the participation by the unemployed, employers and the quantum of jobs bagged by candidates belonging to ethnic tribes.
"The youngsters of this district are unable to crack jobs in the private sector due to the lack of awareness on certain basics. However, they can excel in an interview or test if they are guided and motivated. They are diligent and sincere when it comes to placements either in the private or government sector. All they need is a little push and motivation. We are instilling confidence in them," Superintendent of Police Vishnu S Warrier observed.
Basic facilities
Connectivity and public transportation system continues to be a mirage for the tribal habitations of the backward district even as several metropolitan cities are embracing metro rails. Mamidiguda village in Indervelli mandal, situated around 55 km away from the district headquarters was deprived of a road facility until recently. Imagine the plight of the dwellers.
The residents were facing untold hardships and were forced to shell out large amounts of money to hire private means of transit. They were unable to shift patients or pregnant women to a nearby hospital and could not avail the services of 108 ambulance vehicles which never entered their habitation, mainly due to lack of road facility to this village. It was again Warrier and Utnoor DSP N Venkatesh, Inspector B Vinod and Sub-Inspector B Gangaram who laid a black top stretch between Mamidiguda and Khandala measuring 2.5 km for the isolated village by striving for 10 days. Now, the residents of this tiny village are easily able to access the external world, in essence, tackle medical emergencies.
Source: Vishwas News


  
  

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