790 recruits joins J&K police family, SF fighting proxy war: DGP

Srinagar, Aug 25: Director General of Police (DGP) Dr S P Vaid on Saturday said that police is fighting a proxy war and offering supreme sacrifice for the last 30 years in the Jammu and Kashmir.

Speaking after 790 recruits joined the police family after Attestation-cum-Passing out Parade of 5th batch held at Commando Training Centre (CTC) Lethpora, Dr Vaid said that Jammu and Kashmir Police is fighting a proxy war for last 30 years and by its supreme sacrifices the force has earned respect of people of the country.

He said that a number of Jawans and Officers of the force have scarified their precious lives for the security and integrity of the nation and are still struggling for peace in the state.

Director General of Police advised the passing out recruits to work with dedication for peace in the state. He said that police service is a noble service and the passing out recruits have a pride to join the family of Jammu and Kashmir Police for the service of the nation.

Principal CTC Lethpora Mohammad Arif Rishu in his welcome address gave a detailed resume of the trainees as well as training activities carried out in the centre. He said that besides basic training emphasis was laid on modern techniques of investigation and counter insurgency operations. He said that special lectures were delivered by the experts acquainting the trainees with modern policing.

Constable Abid Hussain was declared all round best and was decorated with Selection Grade Constable rank on the spot.

Constable Ajit Kumar and Constable Abhimanyu Sharma were declared second and third all round best respectively. Constable Shabaz Ahmad, Ashwani Kumar and Muzamil Ahmad secured first position in Indoor, Outdoor and Range Classification respectively.

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