Vishal Gunni officially started his new role as the deputy inspector general (DIG) in Visakhapatnam on Monday. He stepped into this position after his recent promotion to the police department. Previously, Gunni served as the Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) in the rural district of Visakhapatnam from 2013 to 2015, specifically in the Narasipatnam area. His experience brings valuable insights to his new responsibilities.
The former deputy inspector general (DIG) of Visakhapatnam, S. Hari Krishna, has been given a new role as the IG Personnel at the Director General of Police (DGP) office in a recent reshuffle.
In his first address to the media, Gunni expressed his strong commitment to delivering justice at the grassroots level of policing. He highlighted his focus on tackling issues like cannabis cultivation and trafficking in regions like Manyam and Paderu. Gunni also emphasized his dedication to following the rules and regulations set by the Election Commission, especially with upcoming elections.
“I am easily reachable to the public,” Gunni emphasized, urging the media to communicate with him directly or through their respective superintendent of police (SP) level officials for accurate reporting. He emphasized the importance of responsible journalism in providing factual information to the public.
Gunni’s approach reflects a clear dedication to serving the community and ensuring transparency in law enforcement efforts in Visakhapatnam.