City Armed Reserve to get new building in Ullal

Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy on Saturday laid the foundation stone for the City Armed Reserve (CAR) buildings on the 21-acre government land in Ullal, west Bengaluru on Saturday.

The Rs 10-crore project is expected to be completed in 15 months. The buildings include an administrative block with a conference hall, a motor transport office, a motor transport shed and a parade ground.

Speaking on the occasion, Reddy said Bengaluru was developing at a rapid pace. "City outskirts that were once hubs for criminals are part of the city now. The new CAR grounds in the west will instil a sense of security to thousands of residents in and around the area," he said.

Reddy said the priority of the state police was to ensure the safety of women and children.

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