Police should be ready for challenges: DGP

Excelsior Correspondent
Srinagar, June 12: Director General of Police, K Rajendra today said that Police should be ready to face challenges as they have faced many challenges in the past.
Rajendra today paid a day long visit to Baramulla where he reviewed the security with the top brass of police officers and security forces besides addressing the police jawans.
While addressing the policemen, DGP said that about 1500 police officers and jawans have given sacrifices. “It is huge keeping in view the size of our department, keeping the sacrifices of our martyrs in sight we must continue their mission of securing the life and property of the people and eliminating terrorism from the State”, he added.
The DGP said: “We need to work hard and remain prompt in delivering our services to the people.”  “People approach police with the hope that they will be heard and their problems will be addressed”, he said adding, “We have to come up to their expectations and work honestly while discharging our duties.”
DGP reiterated that corruption and violation of human rights will not be tolerated. “Miniscule black sheep among us who damage our image need to be identified and sidelined. These few will not be allowed to jeopardize our efforts of public goodwill”, he added.
Rajendra said that he will take up the matter for providing hassle free loans to the policemen with the Government.
Deputy Inspector General of Police, G H Bhat, assured that the Range will try its best to meet the expectations of the DGP.


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