JKP celebrates raising day
DGP Highlights Achievements Of Force
Srinagar, June 19: Director General of Police (DGP), K Rajendra Kumar on Tuesday said that JK Police has always remained on forefront to protect law of the land and maintain honour of the people.
Addressing a function on the occasion of JKP’s raising day at Armed Police Headquarters Zewan, the DGP said, “JK police since its establishment has a long history of sacrifices to keep the flag of the nation afloat.”
He said the policemen and officers of the force exhibited their valour, discipline and courage, not only during peace times but have also shared the miseries of the people during disasters and foreign aggressions.
Referring the years of turmoil, Rajendra said that it was great challenge for JKP but with the cooperation of the people, the force succeeded in facing the situation effectively. He said that the forces involved in the fight had to pay a great price in the shape of precious lives but without caring for their comforts, the policemen and officers stepped forward and succeeded in restoring peace and safeguarding the lives and property of the people.
The force is continuing its efforts to keep the peace maintained for which vigil has to be accelerated, he added.
The DGP reiterated that the department is focusing on the welfare of its men and officers, and a number of welfare schemes have been introduced to benefit the serving personnel and their families, besides the families of the cops killed while discharging their duties.
He said that the organisation, apart from its professional duties is also contributing in the social sector for the promotion of the youth of the state. In this regard various programmes have been undertaken to benefit the people especially the youth.
Expressing hope that the men in uniform would continue their efforts in prevailing lasting peace in the state, he said that the force would touch new heights of success in the future. Besides they would keep their rich tradition of people friendly policing and respect towards human rights maintained.
The function was attended by a large number of officers and men from all wings of the force and various cultural programmes, besides a parade was held on the occasion. Families of the police personnel also attended the celebrations.
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