Integrity, motivation, impartiality key to success: Sharma
10TH COMMANDANTS CONFERENCE CONCLUDES
Jammu, Apr 25: The 2-day conference of commandants of Armed and IRP Battalions concluded at Armed Police Headquarters on Wednesday.
The Principal Secretary (Home), B. R. Sharma was the Chief Guest on the concluding session and delivered valedictory address on ethics and leadership.
In his address, Sharma highlighted the results of effective and ethic leadership and factors responsible for maintaining such leadership. He said that integrity, motivation, impartiality, proper monitoring and balanced delivery of justice amongst the subordinates are the factors of effective leadership.
Saying that the commandants have to lead the force towards success and ethical tools could provide fruitful in their command. Recognition to the performances of subordinates and delivery of justice are the qualities of good leadership, he added.
Appreciating the role of armed contingents in maintaining the law and order in the State, he said that due to the dint of their dedication year 2011 passed peacefully. He emphasised to remain vigilant in future to maintain peace in the State. He stressed upon the commandants that while taking the decisions in the field, you should always keep in mind that people should not feel uncomfortable in their day-to-day life.
The Principal Secretary underscored the importance of armed battalions in tackling the emergent situations and ensuring law and order in the State. He has stressed for close liaison among all ranks and people’s cooperation for effective policing.
Sharma, hoped that the decisions taken in the Conference will prove result oriented and help the participants to make the decision in the field.
Earlier, the Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), K. Rajindra Kumar, apprised the Chief Guest and the participants about the activities being carried out by the battalions for making the force result oriented force. He said that the participants deliberated on various issues during the conference to enhance the performance and adopt themselves for meeting the coming challenges.
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