Bengaluru Airport authorities offers 7 customised portable cabins to city police

Prime News, Karnataka, Bengaluru, December 9:-Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL), the operator of Kempegowda International Airport, has donated seven customised portable cabins to the Bengaluru City Police (BCP) as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative.

This unique initiative was conceptualised with the support of erstwhile Bengaluru city police commissioner Bhaskar Rao.

The cabins, placed at strategic locations across the city by BCP, are donated to Bengaluru city police with an objective to provide police personnel protection from weather, enable smooth functioning during peak hours and enable easier access to citizens.

Each of the cabin is equipped with a meeting area, four bunker beds and a washroom, to help police personnel rest and come back to duty rejuvenated.

The cabins are powered with energy-efficient LED lights, ceiling fans and electric sockets. Provision has also been made for air conditioning. With a 300-litre capacity overhead water tank, the cabins have kitchen space as well.

BIAL’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme is focused on creating infrastructure that adds value to society and has a long-standing association with the Bangalore City Police. This idea was conceived as a gesture of gratitude for their efforts in keeping communities safe and enabling smooth operations at BIAL.

Earlier this year, BIAL in association with KSRTC, jointly unveiled an award-winning ‘Sthree Toilet’ that was the outcome of converting a bus that is no longer in service.

The Sthree Toilet, currently stationed at Kempegowda bus stand, has three Indian and two western toilets that utilise self-generated power by harnessing solar energy.

-(NAV, Inputs: Agencies)

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