Remember sacrifices of martyrs: DGP
Filed Under: Media & Tech, World | Posted: 01/14/2012 at 6:09AM
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Jammu, January 14 (Scoop News) The Director General of Police (DGP), Kuldeep Khoda said that the supreme sacrifices of Jammu and Kashmir Police and other security forces have helped to bring the State back on the rails of normalcy. He said that with the culmination of militancy, people of the State are now feeling themselves in a peaceful atmosphere.
Khoda was speaking on the concluding ceremony of 2nd Police Martyrs Memorial T-20 Cricket Tournament at Kathua here today. The tournament was organized by
The DGP said that the activities have helped in enthusing the youth of the State for greater participation in sports. He said that the events have served as a bridge of understanding and good will between the people and police. Paying tributes to police martyrs, he said that sacrifices of these martyrs have made
On the occasion, Khoda had an interaction with the family members of martyrs and enquired about their welfare. He assured them that whole police parivar is with them and they should not feel themselves alone. Floral tributes were paid to the photo gallery exhibited at the venue. A cultural programme was presented by the school children also. In the final match Punjab State Power Corporation defeated Sandhu Cricket Club Ludhiana and thus lifted the championship. Khoda congratulated the winner team and also thanked the players for their participation, who had come from different parts of
Earlier, giving details about the tournament, the Deputy Inspector General of Police, (
Among others, the concluding function was attended by the Additional Director of General, Armed/Law & Order, K.Rajendra Kumar, Inspectors General of Police, Dr. B.Srinivas, A.K.Choudhary and Gulzar Singh Salathia, Deputy Inspectors General of Police, Dr. K.K.Saini and Jonny William, SSsP, J.L.Sharma and Israr Ahmed Khan, Principal PTS Kathua, Ashok Kumar Sharma, Deputy Commissioner, Kathua, Ms Zahida Khan, Chairman J&K Cricket Association, M.M.Ghoni, Member J&K Cricket Association, R.Kalra and senior police officers and prominent citizens.