Maintain normalcy in Valley: DGP to policemen
Srinagar, June 10: The Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda today stressed upon the policemen to maintain normalcy in Valley.
“It was due to the efforts of all ranks of the police that peace has been maintained and the trade activities have come back on rails. Educational activities have been restored and the students are seen attending their schools and academies in the late hours. Contrary to previous years, now our women and the tourists are found on the roads during late hours without any fear,” Khoda said while appreciating the policemen and officers during a function here.
DGP stressed upon the officers and policemen to improve their proficiency.
He said the force had to move forward and attain new heights for which public cooperation was mandatory. He impressed upon them to make strenuous efforts to bring about continuous improvement in their functioning.
“JKP has been recognized at national level for its dedication in maintaining peace and order in the State,” he said, adding, during past years, “the force had to face different situations and after coming successfully on the anti-militancy front, the personnel had to face a new challenge of law and order maintenance.”
“All sections of the society have recognized the role of men in khaki and the State Government has also appreciated the efforts of the organization,” he added.
He said all ranks of the force were representatives of police parivar and wherever they were performing, they were under the gaze of public, and as such their performance should always be of highest standards.
Khoda announced absorption of 14 SPOs of district Srinagar as Constables and Followers in the organization and handed over appointment orders to them. “These SPOs have been considered for absorption following their performance for avoiding collateral damages and ensuring the safety of human lives during various operations,” he said. Cash rewards were also announced and handed over to the SSP Srinagar for distribution among the cops for their best performance.
Earlier, Khoda commissioned the ATM facility in DPL premises and thanked the JK Bank, Central Zone (Kashmir), Vice-President, Abdul Hamid Banday, who was also present on the occasion, for providing such facility to the policemen at their work place.
He also commissioned canteen facility and health club. IGP, S M Sahai and other senior police officials were also present.
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