“We will hold similar yoga sessions for the rest of our staff across Karnataka,” said Director General of Prisons and Correctional Services Alok Mohan.Read more..
Around 1,000 convicts at the Parappana Agrahara central prison were enrolled for compulsory Yoga classes, of which 60 started their yoga sessions on Thursday.Read more..
Literacy program aims to educate illiterate inmates. The illiterate inmates at the Parappana Agrahara central prison shall learn to read and writeRead more..
"Parappana Agrahara police personnel learn yoga to eliminate stress; also planned are skill-development courses for prisoners, undertrials"Read more..
Karnataka jail authorities till date have released 1,112 prisoners on interim bail and parole for decongesting prisons in view of COVID-19 outbreak.Read more..
In view of the coronavirus outbreak Karnataka jail authorities have released 1,112 prisoners on interim bail and parole in order to decongest the prisons.Read more..
Prison officials have moved 235 prisoners from the congested Vijayapura and Mysore central prisons to other prisons as measures to protect prisons from coronavirus.Read more..
Days after appointment of senior IPS Praveen Sood as new DGP and IGP in Karnataka, the state government has made a slew of transfer orders in which as many as 30 police officers have been reshuffled.Read more..
Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Alok Mohan on Wednesday held a high-level meeting with officers of the Mysuru Commissionerate here.Read more..
Additional Director-General of Police (Law and Order) Alok Mohan has said that the investigation into the murder of 29-year- old Bajrang Dal activist Prashant Poojary has been fair and impartial. He said that Police Commissioner S. Murugan and other city police officials were doing a good job.Read more..
Mangaluru: ADGP (Law & Order) Alok Mohan held a press meet to discuss the security arrangements undertaken for the ZP & TP elections in the Western Range at the Police Commissioner’s Office here, on February 17.Read more..
ADGP Alok Mohan visits Bantwal
"The situation in the taluk is calm and there are no problems. The Benjanapadav murder case is under investigation and the culprits will be arrested soon," said ADGP Alok Mohan. He held a meeting of police officers at BC Road police station on Thursday evening and later spoke to reporters. "We have held discussions on how the investigations should be spread out. We will arrest the accused without delay," he said.
Assuring stringent action against the culprits of Ashraf Kalayi murder case, ADGP Alok Mohan said that four teams have been formed in the district to nab the murderers.
Addressing mediapersons here on Thursday, June 22 he said, "Four teams have been formed who are broadly investigating the murder case. We will not spare the culprits and will see that they are nabbed at the earliest
Additional director general of police (ADGP) of Karnataka, Alok Mohan, has warned of taking strict action against those who foment disturbances by spreading unsubstantiated rumours through social websites.
He was speaking to media persons at the town police station here after inspecting the prevailing situation at Kalladka town, which had witnessed unsavoury incidents in the recent past, on Thursday June 15 evening.
The situation in Kalladka in the taluk, which had witnessed several incidents of disturbances and attacks, has remained calm since the last two days. Dakshina Kannada district superintendent of police, Bhushan G Borase, said that three additional contingents of Karnataka State Reserve Police force have been summoned from Hassan aand Chikkamagalur districts to manage law and order situation in Kalladka.
Borase stated that additional director general of police (ADGP) of Karnataka, Alok Mohan, who is in charge of law and order, will be visiting Kalladka on Thursday June 15 to take stock of the situation.
Mr.Alok Mohan welcoming Sr. U S Homeland Security Officers.
Mr.Alok Mohan with DG & IGP, Mr.Pachau and Ex-DGP and Advisor Sri Vijay Kumar in Bangalore.