J&K CM asks Police to always uphold the honour of their uniform and fight with courage
Talwara (Reasi-Jammu), March 25 (Scoop News) – J&K Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah on Thursday asked passing out cadets to always uphold the honour of their uniform and fight with courage and determination against the forces bent upon to spread evil and disturb the peace and tranquility in the society. “You have to pass many tests of the time in coming days”, he said and asked them to be determined to bring laurels to the state.
Addressing the passing out function of police recruits at
The Chief Minister reminded the new recruits of the oath they have taken after completing the training and asked them to make public service benchmark of their duty. “You have to withstand all pulls and pressures and rendered honest, sincere, dedicated and patriotic service to the society and the state”, he added and told them that many will come to lure them by various means to deviate from service but they should remember the oath they have taken and remain firm to the commitment for justice.
The Chief Minister said that government has taken various measures to improve the conditions of police personnel and strengthen the Department in all spheres. He said more steps are afoot in this direction adding that the requests of police personnel for better service conditions are under active consideration of the government.
Omar lauded the role of
. Omar said that working with other forces in tandem the
The Chief Minister referred to the recent performance of J&K Police in dealing with militancy at Lal Chowk, Srinagar and Sopore ensuring safety of civilians in the combat operation and said that this amply vindicates that J&K Police is efficient and IInd to non in combat tactics. “Your have also rendered stupendous service in protecting the human rights and upholding the Government’s commitment to zero tolerance against HR violation”, he added.
Speaking on the occasion, the Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda gave an account of the measures Police Department is taking to modernize its force and upgrade the infrastructure. He said besides latest training necessary equipment and weaponry is being provided to the police personnel to make them professionally fit and properly armed.
The DGP assured the Chief Minister that J&K Police will continue to render meritorious and professions service and come up to the occasion whenever need arises. He said the process of training and modernization will continue to further strengthen the force and face any challenge.
Khoda further said that
He said that 943 cadets passed out from the Training School successfully completing the basic police training. Of these, 24 persons are post graduates and 81 graduates.
The Principal of Police Training Centre, Talwara Ashiq Hussain Bukhari gave oath to the recruits and threw light on the activities of the Institution.
Among others, the function was attended ADG (CID), K. Rajendra Kumar, Inspectors General of Police, Dr. Ram Lubahya, Dilbagh Singh, A.K.Gupta, Dr. B. Srinivas and Ravinder Kotwal, Director SSG, Rajesh Kumar, Deputy Inspectors General of Police, Gulzar Singh Salathia, T. Punchok and other police and army officers.
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