Mastermind behind Hyderabad rape accused encounter is soft spoken man hailing from Karnataka
Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar once again delivered 'instant justice' in the case of a heinous crime against a Hyderabad woman. Here is what his family members have to say about him.
Hyderabad: Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar confirmed the killing by the encounter of the four accused in the rape and murder of a Hyderabad veterinary doctor. After this news got viral, people have been eagerly waiting to know more about this officer.
Sajjanar was born in Hubballi district of Karnataka. He led an activist's life in college. There he was the general secretary too. Sajjanar is a 1996-batch IPS officer.
He began his career as the deputy superintendent of police in Pulivinder, Andhra Pradesh. His family describes him as a soft-spoken and dedicated man.
Here is what his family members have to say about him.
NC Sajjan, brother of Cyberabad Police Commissioner, said, "He (VC Sajjan) is a sincere and dedicated officer, he has performed his duty. We all have a good relationship with him. He completed his schooling from Lions School, he did his PUC from Jagat Guru Gangadhar Commerce College, and from there he finished MBA and cleared his UPSC. He belongs to the 1996 batch. He began his career as DYSP Pulivinder and is now the police commissioner of Cyberabad. I don't want to comment on today's act, and I just want to tell that he is a sincere and dedicated officer. He visits this place quite often, and he has a lot of friends here. He led an activist’s life, and he was the general secretary of college. He is very soft-spoken and disciplined. We all feel proud that a Hubballi boy has done this act."
Vinutha Sajjan, sister in law of Cyberabad Police Commissioner, said, "He (VC Sajjan) is a family man just like all of us. He is a disciplined and strict officer who has always fought for justice. A good example has been set. Justice has been served. Till date, everyone thought the accused could get away, and nothing would happen. But this is a good move. It will instil confidence in women and send a message that justice can be served. Yes, he stays here only when he visits this place. It is his house. He has friends here and likes being with them. Yes, he has been a strict officer from the start and has always displayed leadership qualities."
Similarly, on December 12, 2008, the police had killed all three accused in an acid attack case concerning two girl students in Warangal. The official had then claimed that the accused, Srinivas Rao, Potharaju Harikrishna and B Sanjay, were killed when they attacked policemen while trying to escape.