Officers’ term should be such that people remember them long
Bhopal: Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that term of an officer should be such that people remember him long even after retirement.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was inaugurating Integrated Police Training Institute constructed at a cost of Rs. 37 crore 66 lakh at Bhaunri here today. Apprising trainees about sources of success, Shri Chouhan said that a successful police officer is the one who is feared by criminals but whose bevaviour with common people is soft like flower. Quoting Bhagwat Geeta, he said that a dutiful worker is the one who is impartial, patience, enthusiastic and without blemish.
Giving message to police personnel to be active, soft-spoken, enthusiastic and patient, Shri Chouhan said that police officers should tour areas under them regularly. Their behaviour with common people should be polite. They should have zeal to make society crime-free and capacity to take decisions with cool mind.
Shri Chouhan said that his proud of Madhya Pradesh police for eradicating menace of dacoity, curbing naxalism and not letting any communal riot to take place. State’s police has done outstanding works towards investigation into crimes against women and getting the culprits punished. As a result, death sentence has been awarded to 7 convicts in 3 months. He asked the trainees never to forget slogan of service to the nation. They should make such efforts that crimes do not occur on the soil of Madhya Pradesh.
Home Minister Shri Umashankar Gupta said that role of police is significant in maintaining peace, public trust and development. Large number of houses are being constructed for police personnel in Madhya Pradesh. New recruitments are also being made. He informed that sentences have been awarded in 70 percent sensational cases in the state. He lauded Police Housing Corporation for completing construction work within the prescribed budget and in the time-limit. DGP Shri Nandan Dube and Police Housing Corporation Chairman Shri S.S. Lal also spoke on the occasion.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan presented a sword to Director of Police Training College Shri B. Mariya Kumar for giving it to the best trainee of the college. Human Rights Commission member Dr. Virendra Mohan Kanwar presented his Ph.D. thesis for bringing about improvements in policy system to Chief Minister Shri Chouhan. Shri Chouhan wrote in the visitor book that “This training institute will concretise slogan of patriotism and public service by raising dutiful, courageous and honest officers.