Police commemoration day on Oct 21
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Srinagar, Sep 29: In order to pay homage to the slain policemen, police commemoration day functions would be held across the State and in this connection a State level function is being held at Armed Police Complex Zewan on October 21.
Additional Director General of Police, (Armed/L&O), K Rajendra Kumar chaired a meeting here today to discuss the arrangements for the function.
Addressing the meeting, he informed that contingents of Jammu and Kashmir Police and other paramilitary forces would be participating in the parade. “The sacrifices of the policemen who laid down their lives in the service of the nation would be remembered and to pay homage to them a wreath ceremony would also be held at the martyrs’ memorial.” He said the families of policemen would also be invited to attend the function.
The meeting discussed various arrangements for the function including police bundabast in and around the venue, traffic arrangements, deployment of man power on the route leading to Zewan and availability of basic facilities at the venue.
It was decided that sufficient man power would be deployed in and around the venue to ensure the safety of participants. The meeting also decided that blood donation camps would be held at APC Zewan and other places including SKIMS for which registration of donors would be started forthwith. Paramedical staff from Police Hospital, Srinagar would be deployed to facilitate blood donation by the donors.
To make the function a success, various committees were constituted and the ADGP stressed upon the officers to coordinate with each other and make the arrangements in a proper manner. He said necessary transport should be provided to bring the families of slain policemen for their participation in the function. He also said that besides all ranks of police and other PMFS, many dignitaries and officers from civil administration are expected to attend the function and would lay flower wreaths on the martyrs’ memorial.
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