Telangana State Police Welfare

A Welfare Wing Of Telangana State Police

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About Telangana Police Welfare Wing

In a disciplined force like Police which is on guard 24 hours a day and 365 days a year the welfare of the men and their families has direct bearing on the morale and efficiency of the force. Ever increasing work load, negligible pay and extreme stressful conditions plague the present day Police. To mitigate these sufferings and improve the conditions of the Police personnel, the Telangana State Police has designed a number of welfare measures.


A full-fledged Welfare Division at Police Head Quarters, under the direct control of Inspector General of Police, handles and co-ordinates various welfare activities carried out under the auspices of T.S. State Police Welfare Society, for which the DGP is the President. The Society initiates and undertakes all social and economic welfare measures aimed at ameliorating the conditions of members of the TS Police and their families, to afford relief in all deserving cases where such help is not forthcoming from other Government and Non-Government agencies.


Bhadratha started to provide social security to all the Police personnel and their families. After bifurcation of AP Bhadratha which is one of the Welfare wings of Police Department, Bhadratha of Telangana Police Department had started on 02-06-2014 duly registered under the Telangana Public Societies Registration Act. The scheme functions under the supervision of a Managing Committee presided over by the Director General of Police. All employees of Police Department enroll themselves as members of Bhadratha and contribute monthly subscription of Rs. 800/- (PC to ASI rank) and Rs.1600/- (SI and above ranks). The subscription amounts contributed by the members will be returned to them at the time of their retirement with 5% interest. The membership as on today is 51,592.

Arogya Bhadratha

Policeman works when the rest of the world sleeps. Due to irregular timings, professional hazards, stressful job, policemen get into serious health problems. Sometimes they have to undergo major surgeries and suffer from serious diseases of heart, kidney and cancer. Many times they are not in a position to get treatment in good hospitals and clear the bills. They are put to great mental and physical stress when they get into serious health problems. The re-imbursement facility given by the Government is cumbersome and not able to fulfill their needs. To overcome all these difficulties an innovative scheme called “AROGYA BHADRATHA” has been designed and introduced.

Sri M. Mahender Reddy

D.G.P. of Telangana State

Hyderabad Police Commissioner M. Mahender Reddy was appointed Director-General of Police (DGP) of Telangana on Friday. According to a release, Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhara Rao signed the orders. Mr. Reddy will be the second DGP of Telangana state carved out in 2014. He will succeed Anurag Sharma (who will superannuate on Saturday) and assume charge on Sunday.

Dr. Soumya Mishra

Inspector General (IG) of Police

Soumya Mishra the first female IPS officer from the state of Odisha, is the cadet of 1994 batch IPS officer and has held several senior positions and taken charge as special Secretary of Home in the State Government of Telangana. She was designated in various parts of Andhra Pradesh like Vijayawada, Karimnagar, Vishakapatnam, Vijayanagara and Warangal during her career as Police.