Farewell accorded to Spl DGP AK Choudhary

DGP RR Swain presenting a token of appreciation to Special DGP AK Choudhary at Police Headquarters in Jammu on Wednesday.
DGP RR Swain presenting a token of appreciation to Special DGP AK Choudhary at Police Headquarters in Jammu on Wednesday.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Feb 28: The Police Headquarters today organized a heartfelt farewell for Special Director General of Police (Spl DGP) A K Choudhary, who is set to embark on his new journey as the Chairman of the Jammu Kashmir Public Service Commission.
The poignant event took place at the GOs Mess Gulshan Ground in Jammu, where colleagues and well-wishers bid adieu to Choudhary, celebrating his illustrious career and wishing him success in his future endeavors.
Addressing the gathering, the DGP RR Swain expressed joy and pride in Choudhary’s appointment, praising his impeccable track record of integrity and professional dedication.
He lauded Choudhary’s embodiment of simplicity, accessibility, and reliability, noting his influential role in shaping public service.
Acknowledging Choudhary’s transition to a higher position, the DGP reassured that the Police Pariwar will always stand by him, seeking his guidance and expertise garnered over three decades of service.
He extended heartfelt greetings and best wishes to Choudhary and his family, expressing confidence in his ability to excel in his new role.
In his response, A K Choudhary expressed gratitude for the kind words and appreciation from his colleagues.
Reflecting on his 32-year journey in the J&K Police, he reminisced about the challenges faced and the remarkable transformation witnessed over the years, crediting the collective efforts of the police force and other security agencies.
Choudhary emphasized the exceptional bond shared among the ranks of the police force, attributing it to the overall success of the organization.
He pledged to remain accessible to the J&K Police Pariwar, emphasizing the enduring bond forged among policemen.
Director General of Prison, J&K Deepak Kumar praised Choudhary’s guidance and professionalism, highlighting his role as a guiding source for younger officers.
DIG Crime J&K, Javid Iqbal Matoo commended Choudhary’s inspiring leadership, underscoring his invaluable contributions to the police fraternity.
The farewell function witnessed the presence of esteemed dignitaries including ADGPs SJM Gillani, M K Sinha, and Vijay Kumar, IGP POS PHQ BS Tuti, DIGs Sara Rizvi, Haseeb-Ur-Rehman, and other senior officials.