CAPT AMARINDER ANNOUNCES RS 2 CR ANNUAL GRANT FOR ADVANCED POLICE TRAINING
UNDERLINES NEED FOR IT & ELECTRONIC TRAINING OF PUNJAB POLICE TO MEET MODERN CHALLENGES
ALSO SANCTIONS RS. 3 CR FOR MAINTENANCE OF PHILLAUR FORT – THE PPA TRAINING GROUND
The Voice of Chandigarh/Canada News | Photos By T S Bedi
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh announced an annual grant of Rs. 2 Crores for advanced training of police personnel of all ranks, from constables to PPS officers, in the best domestic and foreign training centers, in order to empower them to meet the challenges of modern policing.
Addressing a batch of new recruits of 18 Deputy SPs and 494 SIs – the largest ever group of directly recruited officials in these ranks of the Punjab Police, the Chief Minister expressed great pleasure at seeing a large number of women (196 in all, including seven Deputy SPs) among the probationers.
Earlier, Captain Amarinder inspected the parade and took the salute from the march past, which included 18 probationary Deputy SPS and 494 sub-inspectors. Probationary DSP Rupinderdeep Kaur was the All Round First, while Sarabjeet Kaur stood All Round First in Probationary Sub Inspector, whereas probationary Sub Inspector Rimpledeep Kaur was the All Round First in Intelligence category. In IT&T, Sub Inspector Rinku stood All Round First.