After a month long tour to all Nagaland Police units in the state, state Director General of Police K. Kire on Saturday ended his tour at 4th NAP unit in Thizama, under Kohima district. The Director General of Police visited 25 units in all districts of the state.
Addressing the battalion, K. Kire urged upon them to perform their duty with sincerity and dedication to uplift the stature of Nagaland Police. He particularly asked the JCOs and NCOs to carry out the authority vested in them with outmost dedication, adding they were the backbone of their battalion.
The Director General of Police exhorted the battalion to respect their uniform, stating “if we do not respect our own uniform, how can we expect the civilians to respect us?” What the government has provided, he urged them to use it respectfully, smartly and bring honour to their profession.
Stressing on the importance of discipline in their profession, Kire asked them apply the principles of Christianity in their performance. He expressed optimism that they would do better in their works.
He further assured to look into the problems of the units given through the Durbar points collected during the tour, and work things upto his capability.
Also speaking at the occasion, IG Range, N.N. Ngully, enunciated on the need for discipline to further improve the state police. He stated that the personnel should discipline them selves starting from small thing. “We have to analyze the situation and start now” he said and added that it was the right time to discipline one self before it was too late.
A copy of Durbar points of 4th NAP Thizama was presented to the DGP by the Commandant, 4th NAP. The DGP was accompanied by high ranking personnel and his entourage team.
Meanwhile, police department informed that in his third leg of visit to police units, the Director General of Police, Nagaland K. Kire set a mainden record of being the first Director General of Police of Nagaland to visit DEF Peren on June 19 since its inception in 1993.
Besides reminding the police forces to maintain code of discipline and aim to take the name of Nagaland Police to higher echelons, K. Kire also shared cordial discourse with the rank and file of Peren district police.
IGP (Range) Nagaland N. N. Ngullie, and, DIGP (Range/NAP) Dimapur, Jongpong and a host of officers of Nagaland Police Engineering Project formed the anxiously awaited entourage.
Later, a dinner was also hosted by DEF Peren for all rank and file in honour of K.Kire, Director General of Police Nagaland.