State Government is committed to provide a safe environment to every citizen of the state
Chief Minister attended the convocation parade of the 10th–11th batch of Deputy Superintendents of Police
Raipur, 07 January 2022
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that Chhattisgarh Police is competent and capable of dealing with any kind of challenge/situation and Chhattisgarh Government is committed to provide a safe environment to every citizen of the state. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel attended the convocation ceremony of Trainee Deputy Superintendents of Police at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Police Academy, Chandkhuri today.
At the convocation ceremony, 33 trainee Deputy Superintendents of Police of the tenth batch and nine trainee deputy superintendents of the eleventh batch took part in the passing out parade. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel attended the convocation ceremony at 9.30 am on Friday, after which the parade saluted Chief Minister. After the salute, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel inspected the parade and administered the oath to the trainees. Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Urban Development Minister Dr Shiv Kumar Dahria and Chhattisgarh Director General of Police Mr. Ashok Juneja also participated in the convocation parade. After the march past of the parade, Director General, Police Academy Mr. DM Awasthi delivered the welcome address on the occasion and read out the report.
In his address, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that today, Chhattisgarh is establishing its identity as a fast developing state. There are as many challenges in the state as there are possibilities. Chief Minister said that besides development, the society needs a strong security cover. And it has been a challenge to coordinate development and security arrangements in many areas of the state, but our government has never turned back on such challenges. Mr. Baghel said that we are committed to provide a safe environment to every citizen of the state. We aim to provide such obvious sense of security to the citizens that they feel confident in openly opposing any kind of anti-social activity. Chief Minister said that during the last three years, we have made significant progress in this direction as well.
About the security arrangements in the state, Chief Minister said that right from Sarguja to Sukma, a new environment of security has been created in the state. “I believe that our police department is fully equipped and capable of dealing with all kinds of challenges”, affirmed Chief Minister. In his address to the trainee officers taking convocation, Chief Minister said that they are ready to join the system and to shoulder the responsibilities to come. Chief Minister inspired the Trainee Deputy Superintendents of Police by saying that “You are young, energetic and dynamic force of nature with the willingness to innovate. Your self-confidence, your methodology, your bravery, your courage, your loyalty and dedication would help you serve people of the state, as per their expectations.”
Chief Minister further said that usually people remember police personnel and doctors at the time of crisis, expecting them to solve their problems. Under such circumstances, a few kind words, a compassionate attitude and a solution-oriented approach towards the person in pain can make the situation a hundred times better. Chief Minister asked the trainee officers to take a pledge on this important occasion that they would serve people of the state with dedication and become a good police officer in every way possible. He added that training is a continuous process. Basic training has been provided at the academy but the training does not stop here. Every day you will learn something new. Chief Minister assured that State Government is consistently making efforts to improve the level of training at the academy and is also arranging for the resources and manpower required for the same. After the convocation ceremony, Chief Minister extended best wishes to all the police officers for their bright future.
On the occasion, Home Minister of the state Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu sain in his message to the trainees that every section of the society needs police and police personnel are well-aware of this fact. Our police officers-personnel work round the clock to ensure law and order.