Khoda addresses police durbar in Srinagar
Srinagar, Sept 6: The Director General of Police (DGP), Kuldeep Khoda on Monday addressed a maiden police durbar at District Police Lines here.
Appreciating the police personnel and officers of the force, Khoda said that Jammu and Kashmir Police has demonstrated great valour and courage while fighting the militancy during past two decades.
He said that police has the primary role in maintaining peace and order in the society to ensure dignity and honour of common man. He said that police serves as a bridge between public and the government.
Khoda reiterated that JKP has met various challenges successfully every time and has maintained public trust by avoiding collateral damages and saving precious lives of the people while dealing the situations.
“Our men and officers have received injuries while maintaining the law and order for the past three months and the organization is always at their back. To share their sufferings, financial assistance and health care has been provided to these personnel and the department has sufficient sources in Police Parivar Fund under its welfare programmes,” he said.
On the occasion, the DGP also handed over the cheques of financial assistance to some personnel who had received injuries.
Besides police personnel and officers, the durbar was attended by the Inspector General of Police (Kashmir Zone), S M Sahai, DIG (CKR), Deepak Kumar, SSP, Srinagar, Syed Ashiq Hussain Bukhari, SSP, M Irshad, M Aslam and Dy. SP, Riyaz Ahmed Wani and others.
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