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SRINAGAR: Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee and film producer Krishna D.K on Monday visited District Police Lines (DPL) in Srinagar and interacted with jawans and officers stationed there.
Bajpayee praised the people of Jammu and Kashmir for their hospitality and the J&K Police for discharging duties in challenging circumstances.
Bajpayee, who essayed the character of Bhiku Mhatre in 1998-hit ‘Satya’, said he has a lot of respect for the police force.
While interacting with the Jawans, the actor shared many inspiring anecdotes from his life. Bajpayee thanked the police for organising meaningful interaction with the jawans and officers.
Bajpayee conveyed that Bollywood has great regard for the services of J&K Police and assured that they will perform their due role in portraying the image of Valley positively to the outside world.
Later, DySP Headquarters thanked Manoj Bajpayee for visiting the jawans and spending some moments with them.
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