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Police Sets Up Tea Stall For Reformed Criminal

Following a change of behaviour in the 25-year old Karravula Srinivas Reddy, who served jail sentences in theft cases and came out of the jail, the local police has set up a Tea Stall for him at Neredmet cross roads, as a sort of rehabilitation to lead a better and fair life.
The Deputy Commissioner of Police, Malkajgiri Zone, Cyberabad, said in a press note here that the Tea stall is being opened today. Reddy studied SSC in Lalapet and in the year 2008, he got friendship with bad elements and he was sent to jail for complicity in a cell phone theft case. He got acquaintance with his cellmates in the jail and after coming out, he was addicted to bad vices. In 2014, he was arrested by Kushaiguda police and confessed that he had alone committed series of night House breaking cases, for which he was sent to jail. After coming out of the jail in 2015, he approached the Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad and expressed his desire to lead a fair and fine life. The Commissioner considered his change of behaviour and instructed the local police to set up a Tea stall for him, to lead a better life.
The press note said that the Commissioner of police , Cyberabad is ready to extend rehabilitation to such persons who come forward with a change in their past criminal life, and to extend financial help through loans from the Banks. (NSS)