CM attends Attestation-cum-Passing out Parade at PTS Manigam in Central Ganderbal
Ganderbal: The Chief Minister was speaking after attending an eye-catching Attestation-cum-Passing-Out-Parade of the 15th Batch of trainee recruits, where she was the chief guest today.
An impressive Passing Out Parade (POP) of J&K Police jawans held at P.T.S Manigam today. The parade was presided by Hon’ble Chief Minister of J&K state Ms. Mehboba Mufti accompanied by DGP J&K Shri S.P Vaid (IPS). CM congratulated Jawans on their success full completion of their nine months BRTC course.
After the Oaths taking ceremony All-round best Jawan was awarded First promotion of selection grade on spot & other meritorious candidates were also awarded for their performance during the training by Chief guest Hon’ble CM Ms. Mehbooba Mufti & DGP J&K state.
On the occassion DGP J&K Police Shri S.P Vaid (IPS), stated that the batch is comprising on 696 Jawans out of them 63 are post graduates , 223 are graduates.
DGP also congratulated principal PTS Manigam Shri Haseebu-Rehman and his team for such a presentation.
ADGP Armed J&k Police Shri A.k. Choudhary (IPS) IGP kashmir Shri Muneer khan (IPS) , IGP Armed Kashmir Shri S.A Mujtaba (IPS), IGP Crime Shri Alok Puri (IPS), IGP CID A.G. Mir ( IPS) , DIG CKR Shri Gh. HASSAN Bhat (IPS) and other officers of J& K police as well as Civil Administration were present on the occasion.
During his speech Chief Minister assured that she will take steps to modernize police force so that it is able to perform its duties more effectively and advised the Police Department to adopt a healing touch approach while dealing with the situation in the State. She said while chronic criminal elements need to be dealt with firmly care should be taken that innocent civilians are not put to any inconvenience. Also, she advised the Police, that efforts should be made to persuade alienated youth to join back the mainstream society rather than going for a violent friction.
Terming the in depth investigation of cases despite provocations and rumours as another challenge in day to day policing, the Chief Minister asked the Police to remain steadfast on its professional commitment and take the investigations to their logical ends. She said the cases of braid chopping happened in other States as well but it was Jammu & Kashmir only where FIRs were lodged in individual cases and probes ordered. She hoped the cases would be thoroughly investigated and persons and agencies involved would be unmasked.
Director General of Police, Dr. Sheesh Pal Vaid thanked the Chief Minister for many of the initiatives taken for the welfare and motivation of the cadre. He said many other welfare measures are in the pipeline which is set to provide better facilities to jawans and officers of J&K police in its earlier speech at PTS Manigam.
During the occasion necessary security arrangements were made by the Distt. Police Ganderbal