Guv interacts with IPS probationers
Jammu, Feb 12: A group of six young Indian Police Service Officers, who have been allotted to the Jammu and Kashmir State cadre, called on Governor, N N Vohra, at Raj Bhavan here this evening.
Rayees Muhammad Bhat, from JK, Rajiv Pandey from Maharashtra; Manicka Raj from Tamilnadu; Shridhar Patil, Maharashtra; Manish Agrawal, Uttar Pradesh; and Udayabhaskar Billa from Andhra Pradesh held long interaction with the Governor. The first five IPS Officers are of 2010 batch while Billa is of 2008 batch.
The Governor urged them to work with zeal and high devotion to maintain public order and normalcy in the state. He observed that fairness and complete honesty must be the bench mark of their future service in the State.
The Governor wished them a most successful career in the Indian Police Service.
R K Goyal, Principal Secretary to the Governor, was present on the occasion.
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