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KATHUA: Danesh Rana, IGP Armed/IRP Jammu visited Battalion Headquarter Kathua on Tuesday. During his visit IGP took the Guard of Honour, inaugurated the conference Hall at Battalion Hqrs. Thereafter, IGP Armed/IRP Jammu conducted the Darbar in which more than 150 officers/officials participated.
During Darbar the officials put forwarded their genuine grievances which were redressed on the spot. A plantation drive was also carried out and a Parijaat tree was planted by the IGP Armed/IRP Jammu in the battalion premises. During briefing IGP Armed/IRP Jammu emphasised that while performing law and order and other important duties such as election duties etc they should be fully equipped with law and order equipments and required arms/ammunitions and the problem should be dealt while observing utmost restraint. The officials were also directed to exhibit discipline, inculcate the habit of PT Parade/Yoga for overall fitness and always try to become people friendly.
Shiv Kumar Sharma, Commandant IRP-19th Battalion gave a brief resume of activities and nature of duties of the Battalion. He also expressed heartfelt gratitude to the IGP Armed/IRP Jammu for sparing his precious time to visit the Battalion Headquarter and listen the grievances of the jawans.
B.S Tuti, DIG JKS Range, Dhar Patil, SSP Kathua, Arun Gupta, SP Principal PTS Kathua Ajay Kumar Sharma, SP, Ramnish Gupta, SP, Sanjeev Khajuria, SP, Nasir Ahmad Additional SP Kathua, Ashok Kumar Chib, Adjutant, Dy.SP Varinder Singh, Dy.SP A.Q Runiyal, Shivali Kotwal, Dy.SP Harjeet Singh and SHO Kathua were also present.
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