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Police stations to be strengthened: DGP

DIMAPUR, DEC 7 (NPN)
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Published on 8 Dec. 2012 12:44 AM IST
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In order to strengthen state’s district police stations, state government has taken a decision to post one company each from eight Nagaland Armed Police (NAP) battalions at every district of the state.

This was stated by Nagaland, Director General of Police (DIG), O. Alem during the ceremonial attestation parade of 35th batch cadet ASIs, 60th batch recruit havildars and constables and trainees of district executive force, I.G. intelligence, jail warders and state vigilance commission, Friday here at NPTS, parade ground, Chumukedima.

Stating that state’s seventy one police stations and many outposts was upgraded this year, Alem asked the jawans to work diligently for the public.

Pointing out that Nagaland police flag was given president of India, he said Nagaland was the only state other than Tripura in the Northeast to have the honour. 

Congratulating the trainees on completion of the training, DGP asked them to remember the oath they had taken on this day as they continue to serve the people. 

Asserting that police personnel should move out from the comfort zone and sacrifice their family life for the people, Alem said that they should work hard for the smooth function of the district administration. 

After forty six years (1966) of establishing Nagaland Police Training School (NPTS), for the first time, state government also declared an award named after NPTS first principal, late Marmedang Ao. 

Altogether five hundred and thirty seven (537) trainees passed out which include fifty (50) cadet ASIs, four hundred and sixteen (416)  DEF,  seventy one (71) INT,  six (6 ) jail warders and  one (1 )state vigilance passed out.  Eight trainees each from of 35th batch cadet ASIs and 60th batch recruit havildars and constables were declared awardees in different categories. (Staff Reporter)

 
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