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Addressing The Press After Joining BJP At BJP Head Quarters
|Born||4 June 1984|
Karur, Tamil Nadu, India
|🏫 Education||Bachelor of Engineering |
Master of Business Administration
|🎓 Alma mater||PSG College of Technology |
Indian Institute of Management Lucknow
|🏛️ Political party||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|👩 Spouse(s)||Akila S. Nathan|
|👶 Children||1 (Son)|
|👴 👵 Parent(s)|
Kuppusamy Annamalai  (born 4 June 1984, Karur) is a former IPS officer who served as a Superintendent of Police in Udupi, and Chikkamagaluru district and Deputy Commissioner of Police in Bengaluru (South) Karnataka. He quit his professional life and embarked We The Leaders Foundation. He is popularly known as Singham of Karnataka. He officially joined Bharatiya Janata Party on 25 August 2020.
Early Life and Education
K Annamalai was born in Karur district of Tamil Nadu, belongs to the family of agriculture background. He did his schooling in Karur and Namakkal District and gained a degree in mechanical engineering at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu. Following that, Annamalai completed his Master of Business Administration with a specialization in marketing and strategy at Indian Institute of Management [IIM], Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
He entered the civil service and served in various locations for the period of almost 10 years. K Annamalai resigned in June 2019.
He is the founder of We The Leaders Foundation and also the founder and course architect of Core Talent and Leadership Development Private Limited. He is interested in entrepreneurship and his main hobbies are reading World and Indian History, cycling, and mountaineering..He Got Married To Akila S. Nathan
Annamalai is known for his work as part of the police force and has also been called as “Karnataka Singham”. He was a 2011 batch IPS officer and he started his police career as the Assistant Superintendent of Police, Karkala sub-division in Udupi district of Karnataka in September 2013 where he was later promoted in 1st of January, 2015 as a Superintendent of Police in the same location and served there as an SP till August, 2016. He was then transferred to Chikkamagaluru district of Karnataka and continued as an SP till October 2018. He got promoted as a Deputy Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru south in 2018.
Annamalai has been influenced by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). According to MyNation by Asianet News, while he was posted in Chikkamagaluru, he had become closer to CT Ravi and had a better understanding of RSS ideology. In his last posting as DCP South in Bengaluru, he met with the RSS leaders in their headquarters at Keshava Krupa, which also happens to be in South Bengaluru. Annamalai also met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah and revealed how impressed he was with the RSS and wanted to do something different in life. He is also a fan of Narendra Modi. On 25th August 2020, a year after quitting the police force, he officially joined Bharatiya Janata Party in the presence of BJP national general secretary P. Muralidhar Rao and BJP president of Tamil Nadu L. Murugan.
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