Devaraja Traffic Police Station shifted

Devaraja Traffic Police Station shifted

December 13, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: Devaraja Traffic Police Station, which was functioning from a building on Krishna Vilas Road, has been shifted temporarily to the Police Department quarters behind Lashkar Police Station. The temporary set up was inaugurated by City Police Commissioner Dr. Chandragupta yesterday.

As there are plans to demolish the old building and construct new buildings for both Devaraja Traffic and Civil Police Stations, the Traffic Police Station has been temporarily shifted and public are urged to visit the temporary Traffic Police Station for any works related to Devaraja Traffic Police Station.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP-Crime & Traffic) M.S. Geetha Prasanna, Assistant Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Gangadharaswamy, Devaraja Traffic Inspector Muniyappa, Prasad of N.R. Police Station, Aruna Kumari of V.V. Puram Police Station, Sub-Inspectors and others were present.


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