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8,000 new constables to be included in police force: CM


CM takes part in convocation ceremony of Police Training Academy

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the number of Police Force is being constantly increased in state. This year also 8,000 new constables will be included in the Force. CM Chouhan was addressing the convocation ceremony organized at the Police Training Academy here today. He inspected the convocation parade on the occasion and took the salute. CM Chouhan said that the officers who are joining the Police Force from today they should try to improve the law and order system with full dedication. He said that the job of policeman is a resolve of patriotism and public service. The Chief Minister said that we all will together make Madhya Pradesh the best state in the country and in the world. On the glorious history and achievements of Madhya Pradesh Police, Chouhan said to the newly-appointed officers to serve the people with full authenticity. They should strengthen the sense of security in the minds of the people. He told them to be as soft as a flower with good people and be stern on the wicked people. He told them to play an important role in maintaining peace in the state. The Chief Minister awarded trainee officers at the ceremony for best performance during the training and released “Police Welfare Manual – 2017”. Director of Madhya Pradesh Police Aademy Sushobhan Bannerji presented the report during the programme. He told that 832 police officials will be imparted intensive training for a year at the Academy. The state’s Police Academy has been selected as the Regional Centre for Excellence by National Police Academy, Hyderabad. Director General of Police Rishi Kumar Shukla, senior police officer and relatives of trainees were present during the programme.

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