Three police personnel succumbed to Covid,100 tested positive in Bengaluru :

Pramesh S Jain

Three police personnel succumbed to Covid while 100 police personnel tested covid positive and have been admitted snd quarantined in and around the city on Saturday.

While ASI rank officer from Ashoknagar and Reserve ASI from VIP security section aged 50 and 56 years respectively admitted to hospital yesterday succumed at a hospital today while 46 year old head Constable working in City Armed Reserve was admitted two days ago,breath his last,a senior officer said.

Three Corona Warriors who lost the battle against Covid are identified as,ASIs,as,Hanumanthappa,attached to Ashoknagar traffic police station,Mahadev of VIP security,and Ramachandraiah attached to City Armed Reserve police are three braveheart police personnel who succumbed to Covid19.

The total number of positives cases in the police department in city reached 102.While some admitted to hospital the others with mild symptoms were home quarentined a senior police officer,said.

The infection are on the rise and every police stations reported cases with West Division is highest of 34 cases so far.

All the police stations are being sanitized and police personnel are subjected to tests.Senior police officials counseling their staff since they are covid warriors.

Senior officers condole the death of three police personnel and said another three Brave Warriors Succumbed to Covid19 may the departed soul rest in peace and salute all the Brave Warriors fighting this tough disease to keep people fearless healthy and safe.

Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai,Karantaka DG IGP, Praveen Sood,Bengaluru Police Commissioner,Kamal Pant with other senior officers as,BR Ravikanthe Gowda, DCP Traffic East,Shantharaju KM,ACP,Sathish,PI,Kiran Kumar condole the death of three police personnel who lost their battle in fighting Covid.

And senior officers has instructed to all the police personnel to follow Covid protocol and use sanitizer masks and Covid shields and take care of their health first and to be safe while performing duty.