Mangaluru: 'Thank you Kudla', says police commissioner Dr Harsha in farewell message


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru Jun 28: Outgoing police commissioner of Mangaluru Dr P S Harsha on Sunday June 28 posted a heartfelt message on Facebook and Twitter in Tulu, expressing his gratitude to the people and recalling his service to the city.

"On August 9, 2019 I took taken charge as police commissioner of Mangaluru. It feel proud to say that I have tried my best, and worked sincerely for the welfare of the people. People of Mangaluru, the media, the department staff, senior officials and people's representatives have shown their full support. Now I have been transferred as commissioner of public relations and information department," Dr Harsha said in his post.

"I have also tried my best and worked sincerely with the aim of ensuring the safety of people, with concern towards staff, for a crime-free, drug-free Mangaluru. I think that we have succeeded, with the hard work put in by the police department, in maintaining law and order, and in making the department people-friendly. During my initial days in Mangaluru my priority was to strengthen the police beat system and focus on curbing rowdism, illegal activities, and drug activities,"

"Last Independence Day we had introduced the 'My beat my pride' system which became a success. It will not be wrong to say that 'My beat my pride' has enabled the police to connect with the public bettter, and work together with the help of the public. 'My beat my pride' was a bridge between the people and police, and even the faith of the people in the police increased. It is a matter of great pride that this system was reccommended to be extended all over the state.

"We had also introduced 'Asha Kirana' which was a step to provide rowdy-sheeters within the Mangaluru city commissionarate and opportunity to reform and come to the mainstream. This programme provided the right training to rowdy-sheeters so that they are made capable of securing a job and reform themselves. We have connected public through social media, and along with that we have conducted 'campus connect' programme to tackle cyber crime and to create awareness on drugs. We have also felicitated people and police who were part of the beat system through a live programme," the police commissioner said.

"Despite challenging situations like the anti-CAA protest, bomb threat at the airport, and the corona pandemic, I feel proud to say that with the help of the department and senior police officials, I have been able to face the challenges very effectively. I will not forget the experience of serving as police commissioner of Mangaluru which has a special place in the entire nation for its own culture, tradition and its lifestyle. I will always be grateful for the love and respect shown by the people of Mangaluru. The police deparment is like my family. During this Covid pandemic the service rendered by the police is huge. I once again thank the people of Mangaluru, the police department personnel, officials, and the district administration for their support. Thank you Kudla," Dr Harsha said.

Dr Harsha was transferred on June 26, and Vikash Kumar has been appointed the new police commissioner of Mangaluru city.


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  • Sarvotham Shetty, Pareekha/Abu Dhabi

    Tue, Jun 30 2020

    You did a good job in Mangalore Sir. I dont know why they are trasferring a good officer from Mangalore. Atleast they should have given him 3 years term for improving the city further. Thats the reason officer like ANNA MALAI left the Police force. However, my best wishes to Harsha Sir and I wish all the best in all your future enedeavours - From Sarvotham Shetty, Abu Dhabi, UAE

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  • DM Bangera, Mangalore /Mumbai

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Thank you and wish you all the best. You didn't allow the anti CAA "protest "to prolong too long unlike similar cases in other parts of the country. We salute you, Sir.

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  • Ar, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Thanks very much sir, salute the efforts.wish you all the best in future assignments

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  • Manvit, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Great work done sir.

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Dr. P S Harsha did his job to the best of his abilities as police commissioner of Mangalore. Wish him best of luck in his future assignment.

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  • francis, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    One of the best officers who served Mangalore well.

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  • K R Prabhu, Bangalore

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    One if the great police officer do has seen...
    We too feel proud you sir...
    Wishing you all good in your new posting....

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    I wonder why Good Police Officers are always Transferred from Mangaluru ...

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  • bala, Urwa

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    For last two months he was confined and did not allow anybody due to corona fear. Better he transferred. We need some bold officers to fight corona. Some next in the list get transferred.

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  • DM Bangera, Mangalore /Mumbai

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Boss, what is your definition of "bold".

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  • Kishore, Udupi

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    We really miss you! God luck in your next endeavor.

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  • Dinesh Kumar Shetty, Katipalla/Mangaluru

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Dear Sir, Kudla will always remember you
    Good luck for your new endeavors

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Thank you Sir for controlling the anti national elements

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  • Kusuma Kumari Gunji, Nellore Kodyadka

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Great officer will miss sir

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  • dinesh shetty, Nitte/Dubai

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    He is the man will remain in Tulunadu peoples heart for long....Thank you sir,

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Till we meet again ...

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    The office compound was barricaded for last few months, next MCC will be closed for 7 days, which is the next office to be closed? Corona warriors should lead from the front ! If school children are supposed to appear for exams, why this discrimination?

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    Thank you Sir for your sincere service in Mangalore. wish you all the best.

    Less than 1 year transfer which is not a good sign in the interest of public

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  • suhail, Dakshina Kannada

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    B ye Bye

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  • Bhavya Baliga, Udupi

    Mon, Jun 29 2020

    A great man,
    Has a great future.

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  • Kiran Poojary, Bengaluru/Mangaluru

    Sun, Jun 28 2020

    We miss you a lot sir. We never forget your selfless service. Your bold decision during anti-CAA protest has saved the face of Kudla. Please come back again to Kudla Sir.

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