Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi
Udupi, Nov 30: Parameshwar Ananth Hegde, has been appointed as the additional superintendent of police-2 of Udupi district.
P A Hegde was earlier serving as the DySP of city crime branch (CCB) unit in Mangaluru.
He was also awarded with medal for excellence in investigation in 2021.
Hegde has served in the department as sub-inspector in Bunder, Bantwal town and circle inspector in Mulki. He was chosen for the award for solving the case of kidnap and murder which took place in 2008.
Hegde had joined the police force as PSI in 1994 and took effective actions to maintain law and order. He served in Mangaluru north police station from 2004 to 2006, took charge of the rowdy squad and cracked several cases. He arrested Balakrishna Shetty alias Vikki belonging to Chota Rajan gang and confiscated a car worth Rs 3.05 lac, pistol and bullets.
He had arrested notorious rowdy sheeter Asgar Ali, Bodda Lathif and Nazeer and seized foreign made revolver, bullets, Maruti car and two mobile phones from them. When he was deployed in CCB in 2015, he joined the team to nab Jane Snatcher, collecting information about the Bavariya gang by visiting Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. He also joined the team to nab Irani thieves and recovered gold chains weighing 2.4 kg. He was promoted as DySP in 2015 and was assigned at CID, Bengaluru, where he investigated 14 cases registered against misuse of chief minister’s funds and submitted the charge sheet in 8 cases.
When he was assigned the duty ACP of Vijayanagar sub division he cracked 389 theft cases, robbery and looting cases, recovered 9,700 grams gold ornaments, 192 two wheelers, 4 four-wheelers and 157 mobile phones and handed them over to the owners.
The president of India has presented him with a medal during the Independence Day celebrations in 2020 as well considering his professional dedication and service.