Farewell programmes for DC and CP of Dimapur

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/28/2019 11:52:07 AM IST

A farewell programmes was organised in honour of outgoing deputy commissioner Dimapur, Kevekha Kevin Zehol and Commissioner of Police (CP), Limasunep Jamir on Monday.

According to DIPR report, Kevin appealed to the officers posted at Dimapur to be role models to make Dimapur a model district through their initiatives, dedication and commitment in serving the public. 
\He also mentioned that during his short stint as DC Dimapur, he worked with the motive of “Let’s learn together.”
Anoop  Kinchi who will be taking over as the new DC reminded that the administration ought to be responsive to the public and help them in every possible ways.
Commissioner Police, Limasunep, who also spoke on the occasion, described the outgoing DC Dimapur as an energetic, disciplined, and an able administrator who has a drive to serve the people. 
Short speeches were also delivered by ADC Hqr, Lovitoly Sema on behalf of headquarter officers, ADC Medziphema, Thsuvisie Phoji on behalf of outposts officers, Suptd. DC office, Longri Ao on behalf of DC Dimapur staff, GM, DIC Dimapur, P.Tokugha Achumi on behalf of DPDB members.
Short speeches were delivered by various Dimapur based organisations. 
Meanwhile, a send-off programme organised for commissioner of police Limasunep Jamir, who has been promoted to IGP (Range), Kohima was held at CP office Dimapur. 
An official press release stated that, Limasunep Jamir in his address recalled how he was able to maintain peace in a complex metropolitan city like Dimapur which was vulnerable to small issues exploding to big ones.
He said that it was due to the cooperation of the different organizations that the police was able to maintain law and order in Dimapur, adding that peace keeping has to be understood in larger dynamics and community orientation was required as the government and police worked for the people.
DC Dimapur, Kevekha Kevin Zehol in his speech said that Jamir executed his duties “superbly” and he was always well ahead in solving issues before things escalated. He also congratulated Jamir on his promotion.

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