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22 Oct 2018, Edition - 1196, Monday

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Tamilnadu News

Officers’ panel formed to collect funds to help slain Inspector’s family

Covai Post Network

With police and public wanting to help the family of Maduravoyal Inspector S.Periyapandian who was shot dead by a gang of looters in Rajasthan when he had gone there to nab them, the Chennai Commissioner of Police (CoP) A.K.Viswanathan has formed a welfare committee to collect the funds and hand it over to the slain cop’s kin.

The committee comprises Deputy Commissioners R.Thirunavukkarasu, S.Saravanan and additional DC S.Loyola Ignatius.

“Many cops expressed their willingness to help the late inspector’s family. Hence, the Commissioner took the initiative and formed a committee to channelise the contributions. The announcement was informally shared among police personnel in whatsapp groups. The message spread to the public too. If they want to contribute, they too can,” Thirunavukkarasu told The Covai Post.

Those who want to help Periyapandian’s family can send money to the HDFC (PH Road branch, Chennai) account no – 50100168000768. IFSC code is HDFC0000492. For further details, Mr.Thirunavukkarasu can be contacted on 9498177007, Mr.Saravanan on 9498177077 or Mr.Ignatius on 9443282223.

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