Chadalavada Umesh Chandra Biography
Umesh Chandra was born on 29 March 1966 at Pedapudi, Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh to Chadalavada Venugopala Rao and Nayanatara. He studied at Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet. He graduated (B.A.) from Nizam College in 1987 and M.A. in Economics from Osmania University in 1989. He was university topper and Gold medalist in the graduate and postgraduate examinations.
Chadalavada Umesh Chandra is a famous Police Officer, who was born on March 29, 1966 in India.
According to Astrologers, Chadalavada Umesh Chandra zodiac sign is Aries
Chadalavada Umesh Chandra (29 March 1966 – 4 September 1999) was one of the most reputed police officers in the history of Andhra Pradesh. In his tenure as Superintendent of Police of cuddapah district, he restored normal conditions within a short time. He was called kadapa tiger’ by the people of Cuddapah.He is survived by wife and son.
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He was promoted to Superintendent of Police in charge of Cuddapah district between June 1995 to June 1997 and as S. P. of Karimnagar district between June 1997 to April 1998. He was promoted to A.I.G. (Welfare and Sports) worked between November 1998 to September 1999.
He was posted as Assistant Superintendent of Police in Warangal (Rural) between October 1992 to October 1994 coinciding with the tenure of Damodar Gautam Sawang as Superintendent of Police. He started a highly successful public awareness campaign entitled “Jana Jaagruti”. He was later shifted to Pulivendula, where he worked from 1 November 1994 to 2 February 1995.
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He was selected for Indian Police Service in 1991 and underwent training in Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy, Hyderabad.
His statue was unveiled on 4 September 2000 at Sanjiva Reddy Nagar Cross Roads, Hyderabad
Umesh Chandra was assassinated on 4 September 1999 when his car stopped at a traffic light. Four naxalites opened fire on him, his driver and his gunman. His driver and gunman were shot at point blank range and died instantly. On that day he did not carry his weapon. While chasing a couple of the naxalites, the naxalites sensed that he did not carry a weapon and turned back and fired at him twice. He collapsed on the road, at which point they shot him point blank.
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Ranked on the list of most popular Police Officer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in India.
Before returning to Cuddapah as Superintendent of Police, Umesh Chandra had a brief stint as A.S.P Pulivendala from 1 November 1994 to 2 February 1995. All over A.P Umesh Chandra has been called as “Cuddapah Tiger” for his sincerity and daring.
Umesh Chandra served in Karimnagar from June 1997 to April 1998. This district had the most number of active naxalite gangs. Normal life was a dream. Corrupt and vested interests worked hand-in-glove with the naxalites in exploiting the people of this district .
Umesh Chandra started his next assignment in November 1998 after being unjustly suspended for the maximum possible period of six months. Umesh Chandra took over the post of A.I.G Sports and Welfare. For someone who was accustomed to dealing with and solving peoples problems on a continuous basis, this assignment was found to be insipid and dull by Umesh Chandra. He was kept idle, no work was assigned to him, no files were sent to him. This attitude of his senior police officials caused Umesh Chandra great mental agony. He contemplated resigning from the police force on several occasions.