Convocation parade program: IG Ajay Yadav told new constables how to control crime

Raipur. Under the chief hospitality of Inspector General of Police Guptwarta Ajay Yadav, a basic training convocation parade program of 469 male, female and third gender new constables took place today at the parade ground of Police Training School, Mana. In the 29th session convocation, 308 women and 12 third gender constables and in the 42nd session convocation, 149 male constables participated in the parade.

Chief guest Ajay Yadav (IGP) Chhattisgarh Inspector General of Police in his address while encouraging the new constables involved in the convocation parade said that training is always a carving process. It can be annoying in some contexts, but it is a necessary process. On this occasion, he also participated in his passing out parade.

Yadav said that there is a change in the criminal modus operandi of crime and criminals, you need to be alert about such modus operandi. While modern gadgets and other resources increase the functioning of crime, if we understand their usefulness, we can control crime more effectively.

Organization head of PTS Mana Dr. Irfan-ul Rahim Khan said that BPR&D New Delhi has honored this organization with the Union Home Minister’s Trophy in the year 2021-2022 and has been rewarded with 02 lakh cash prize. This year the organization received ISO certificate on Environmental Management System and Quality System.

On this occasion, women constable Abhilasha Singh district-Rajnandgaon got the first position for all-round best trainee from 29th session female/third gender constable and Mithlesh Pujari district Dantewada got first place for all-round best trainee for 42nd session male constable. Rakesh Baghel, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Mana Police Training School did the gratitude in the program.

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