KOZHIKODE: The Kerala Police will soon chalk out a charity project proposal wherein all its stations adopt orphaned and abandoned children under a community policing scheme. State police chief Loknath Behera has directed community policing head ADGP B Sandhya in this regard following a report published by The New Indian Express (dated September 26, 2017). It had reported on the Balussery police station personnel’s gesture, adopting teenaged girls E Anuroopa, 19, and E Arya, 18, who were abandoned by their parents 15 years ago.
Director General of Police (DGP) Loknath Behera had sent a letter congratulating inspector K Shishir and other cops at the Balussery station for taking such a noble and commendable decision in ensuring the safety of the two sisters and meeting their expenses for education. In his letter, Behera said “the act of kindness, different from the conventional policing, is quite impressive, rightly upholding the true spirit of community policing.”Earlier, Kannur Range Inspector General Mahipal Yadav had also congratulated the Balusssery Police and contributed money to the “noble cause.”