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46 newly appointed police inspectors to join Gujarat Police Force

    Under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel: 14 more women join the police force

    Glorious Convocation of Gujarat Police Academy – Passing Out Parade Ceremony culminates


    -: Motivating presence of Minister of State for Home:-

    Chief Minister presents trophies to the officers who excelled during the training

    Security plays a key role in the foundation of holistic development of every sector of the state- Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel


    Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel :-

    • The police force personnel working to protect society with sacrifice and dedication have increased the dignity of the state
    • Prime Minister’s vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat should be fulfilled by the dutiful police personnel, developed and Atmanirbhar Gujarat


    Gandhinagar, Sunday: While addressing the passing out parade of 46 police inspectors who are going to serve in the state police force after successfully receiving training from the Gujarat Police Academy, the Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel stated that the contribution of the police force in guarding security and safety plays an important role in the overall development of the state and in every sector. He further said that the dedicated police force for the society, for others, for their protection without caring for themselves has increased the dignity of the developed-safe state of Gujarat.

    Minister of State for Home Shri Harsh Sanghavi, Additional Chief Secretary Home Department Shri Rajkumar, DGP Shri Ashish Bhatia including Additional Director Generals of Police and senior officers witnessed the convocation ceremony.

    The Chief Minister appreciated the sense of duty of the police force whom the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi called the guardians of security, safety and peace. He added that the spirit of these newly appointed officers to choose the police force as a career for social protection is commendable at a time when there is more inclination among the youth in the society for medicine, engineering or other professions.

    The Chief Minister also appreciated the showcase of value of service by using technology in a timely manner and showing full commitment for the protection of public life. He said that these Karmayogis of Raksha Shakti will contribute dutifully to realize the resolution given by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to build a developed nation during the Amrit kaal of the country.

    CM Shri Bhupendra Patel called for Atmanirbhar Bharat by Atmanirbhar Gujarat, adding that new heights of development are to be built on the basis of security, to build atmanirbhar India.

    Among these new appointed officers, there are 14 women, 3 doctors, 25 engineers and 3 post graduate degree holders, who were applauded by the chief minister. He honored the officers who excelled in various fields during the training with trophies, awards and sword of honour. 46 police inspectors of the second bench of direct recruitment took oath in the witness of Indian tricolor and in the motivating presence of Chief Minister.

    Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel and State Home Minister Shri Harsh Sanghavi inspected the parade. At the Karai Parade Ground, Police Inspectors-Platoon marched in a disciplined manner and saluted the dignitaries including the Chief Minister.

    Minister of State for Home Shri Harsh Sanghavi said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah have taken the country to a new place with struggle. When it comes to security and law and order of the state, the police department has played a major role in bringing Gujarat to the forefront. The Home Minister added that the 46 police officers of the second bench of direct recruitment will enhance the security, safety and peace of the state and wish them a successful career, expressing the hope that they will take the progress of the state to a new level.

    Presenting the detailed training report by DGP Training Shri Vikas Sahay said that today it is a matter of pride for us that out of the total 46 police inspectors of the second bench of direct recruitment, 14 women have also joined the Gujarat Police Force. This bench includes 03 doctors and 25 engineers.

    In the convocation parade ceremony organized at Police Academy Karai, police officers of the academy, various trainees, along with family members of the initiates from across the state were present.

    Source: Information Department, Gujarat