May I request you to kindly collect the brief?
May I request you to kindly collect the brief.
Which of the above two sentences is correctly punctuated?
Added afterwards: This request is to be made to a very senior official. This request is meant to be a polite form of asking the official to do the task of collecting the brief. He, being a very senior official, could not be given a command; he can only be requested, where the request should be extra polite and he does not feel that he is being commanded.