Civil police plays vital role in democracy: Gaikhangam

IMPHAL, September 26: The Passing Out Parade of the 8th batch woman police constable was held today at Manipur Police Training College (MPTC) Pangei, attended by the Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam as the chief guest.

Altogether, 857 out of 908 woman police constables of the 8th batch took part in the passing out parade.

Gaikhangam took the salute of the Passing out Parade.

Addressing the function, Gaikhangam said that in a democratic country, the role of the civil police is very much needed.

He said the police need to maintain good relations with the people, especially since the number of civil police in the state has increased manifold in the last five year according to the need.

Further expressing the need to strengthen the women police in the state, he said in the prevailing situation of violence and crime against the women and children rapidly increasing in the state, the need for women police has risen tremendously.

Women police are much needed when it comes to controlling such violence and crimes related to women and children, Gaikhangnam observed.

He further expressed his belief that the woman constables will contribute a major role in fighting crime against women and children and serve their duties towards the society with dedication and discipline.

Touching upon the topic of the Indo-Myanmar border fencing dispute, he pointed out that the government will not compromise on the state land and will protect the territorial and emotional integrity of the state and continue to face whatever comes up on the issue.

He further appealed to all not to politicise such issues, but instead to remain united and ensure that the territorial boundary of the state is preserved.

Gaikhangam also appealed to the underground organisation not to celebrate their raising day or anniversary with guns and bombs that can harm innocent people.

Five woman constables among the newly passed out woman police Constables were awarded with prizes for their excellence during their training period.

The passing day parade was also attended by DGP MK Das, other high ranking officers of the police department and parents and guardians of the recruited women police Constables.

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