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Manipur passing a difficult times: Jagat
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Published on 8 Jan. 2011 12:01 AM IST
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Manipur governor Gurbachan Jagat on Friday expressed concern over the increasing militancy in the state stating that the state has been passing through a difficult time during the last three decades or so.
“Militants are equipped with sophisticated weapons and technological tools, and have acquired expertise and new modus operandi,” Gurbachan said, while addressing a passing out parade at the Manipur Police Training School, Pangei in today.
Jagat while lauding the state police asserted that there is a gradual improvement in maintaining law and order situation. Urging the 2915 newly recruits at the passing out parade, the governor asked them to be responsible officers and to safeguard the law and order in the state under the guidance and supervision of their superiors. “You need to discharge your duties sincerely and diligently keeping in view the worthy tradition and good work of your department. Unlike other government services, yours is unique as your service demands highly discipline, alertness in performing your day-to-day duties,” the governor said.
He also asked the new recruits not to misuse their power nor take undue advantage of being armed personnel and to implement the knowledge and skills learnt during the training with the sense of service and self sacrifice. The governor also reviewed ceremonious parade which was attended by chief minister O Ibobi Singh, Youth Affairs and Sports minister, N Biren, Works minister, N Biren, Manipur DGP, Y Joykumar and other top brass of the state police department.
(Correspondent)

 
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