Indian Police Service Probationers meet Governor

A group of 15 young Indian Police Service Probationers including a lady officer from Maldives, who are here for a Study cum Cultural Tour, called on Governor N. N. Vohra at Raj Bhavan here today.
During interaction with the Probationers the Governor spoke to them about the challenges facing the J&K Police and Security Forces to maintain internal security in the State. He also spoke about the close co-ordination between the Security Forces and the State Police and the crucial importance of ensuring the speedy modernization of police forces, particularly for upgrading their capacity for dealing with mobs and large crowds without using lethal weapons.
The Governor urged the officers to work with zeal and high devotion to maintain public order and normalcy wherever they were posted. He observed that adherence to the rule of law, fairness and complete honesty must be the bench mark of their future professional work.
The Governor wished all the trainees successful careers in the Indian Police Service. P.K Tripathi, Principal Secretary to the Governor and Deputy Commandant Tejpal Dabar, Faculty Member of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy, Hyderabad, were present on the occasion.

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