Kashmir Indepth
Kashmir

Police holds meeting with retired Police officers in Budgam

September 03 (KINS): In order to redress the grievances of retirees, Police in Budgam held a meeting with retired police personnel at Police Station Chadoora. The meeting was chaired by SHO Police Station Chadoora in which more than 30 retired officers/officials participated.

On the occasion, the participants were welcomed by SHO PS Chadoora and thanked them for sparing their valuable time to attend the meeting. He assured the participants that Police is always at their disposal and they are still part of Police organization. He also assured them that they can approach any police officer or police unit at any time.

During the meeting, the retired officers raised various issues. The chairing officer assured them that their genuine issues/problems would be taken up at an appropriate level for their early redressal. Moreover, the chairing officer also reiterated that retirees are always welcome for their valuable suggestions and there is great respect for them in the Police organization as they have rendered a long service and toiled hard to earn a name for the organization. He also added that various measures are being taken by the Police department for the welfare of retired police personnel and their wards. Further, a booklet of issues “The Voice of The PROANG” prepared by J&K Police Retired Officers Association was also presented and issued during the meeting.

The meeting concluded with the vote of thanks and with the assurance that such meetings will be held on regular basis in future also to redress the grievances of the retirees.

Related posts

Fourlaning of so called national high way has become like a gold mine for the construction companies and blue eyed Babu’s Er. Rasheed

Kashmir Indepth

Eight civilians injured in Tral Grenade blast : Police

Kashmir Indepth

  VC, DDC Kupwara visits various areas of Lolab

Ankit Sharma

DC Bandipora inspects quarantine centres in Bandipora, Sumbal, reviews pandemic situation

Kashmir Indepth

DGP sanctions Rs 67 lakh relief to NoKs of slain cops

Ankit Sharma

Siachen region to get modern roads, new bridge

Kashmir Indepth

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy