FIVE PPS OFFICERS AMONG 11 PUNJAB POLICE OFFICIALS TO BE CONFERRED WITH CHIEF MINISTER’S MEDAL FOR OUTSTANDING DEVOTION TO DUTY
DGP GAURAV YADAV THANKED CM BHAGWANT LED PUNJAB GOVT FOR RECOGNISING SERVICES OF PUNJAB POLICE
CHANDIGARH – On the recommendations of the Punjab Government, the Governor of Punjab on Wednesday announced the names of the Punjab Police officers/officials, to be awarded the Chief Minister’s Rakshak Padak award and Chief Minister’s Medal for Outstanding Devotion to Duty on the occasion of Republic Day-2023.
The Governor of Punjab announced the names of four officials including SHO Police Station Kotbhai Sri Muktsar Sahib SI Raman Kumar, ASI Harpinder Singh, Head Constable Gurnam Singh, and Head Constable Harinder Singh for Chief Minister’s Rakshak Padak award.
Similarly, five PPS officers including AIG Flying Squad Vigilance Bureau Punjab Manmohan Singh, AIG Excise and Taxation Punjab Gurjot Singh Kaler, DSP Vigilance Bureau Slamudin, DSP STF Ludhiana Range Ajay Kumar and DSP Garhshankar Daljit Singh Khakh are among 11 officers/officials who have been selected for the Chief Minister’s Medal for Outstanding Devotion to Duty. The remaining officials include Inspector Sarabjit Singh, Inspector Vivek Chander, Inspector Bhupinder Singh, SI Jujhar Singh, ASI Davinder Singh, and ASI Bhag Singh.
Director General of Police (DGP) Punjab Gaurav Yadav congratulated the awardees and thanked the Punjab Government led by Chief Minister Punjab Bhagwant Mann for recognizing the services of the Punjab Police officers/officials. He said that such recognitions play a significant role in encouraging the Police force to work with more dedication and devotion.