Respect human rights: ADGP to cops
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 25: The Additional Director General of Police Armed and Law and Order K Rajendra on Thursday asked policemen to respect Human rights of the people at all costs while dealing with anti-national and anti–social elements.
“The insurgency in the state is being handled with firm hands. Our endeavor during counter insurgency operations should be to avoid collateral damage and loss of human life. No violation of human rights will be tolerated in any circumstances,” Rajendra said while addressing the recruits at Commando Training Centre Lethpora.
He impressed upon the policemen to learn people friendly policing as the cooperation of people was requisite to have an effective mechanism in place for prevention and detection of crime, and people’s cooperation.
The ADG said recruits should take keen interest in the training programs of the center as this training would serve as a foundation in the dispensation of their service to the state. The trainings not only bestow them with a robust health but also help them in building robust minds.
Rajendra said that gaining professional know how of investigation skills was necessary for better policing.
“New welfare measures are being introduced for all police personnel and their wards for betterment of the members of police family,” he said.
The ADGP also interacted with the staff members and reviewed the construction work going on in the training center.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 25 Aug 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 25 Aug 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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