DGP asks cops to perform professionally in the valley

Director General of Police Kuldeep Khoda has asked the cops to perform their duties with utmost professionalism without causing any inconvenience to the law abiding citizens in J&K.

Last Updated: Sep 07, 2010, 14:59 PM IST

Srinagar: Lauding the role of police in
handling the law and order problem in Kashmir Valley, Director General of Police Kuldeep Khoda has asked the cops to perform their duties with utmost professionalism without causing any
inconvenience to the law abiding citizens.

"The common man wants peace which is imperative for
progress and prosperity of the State. You should perform with
great professionalism to ensure peace and normalcy in the
State without causing even least inconvenience to the law
abiding citizens," Khoda said addressing a police gathering
here yesterday.

He said, "our men and officers have received injuries
while maintaining the law and order for the past three months
and the organisation is always at their back."

Appreciating the role of police for their contribution in
saving the lives of people and public property in the state,
Khoda said police has demonstrated great valour and courage
while fighting the militancy during past two decades.

"Police serves as a bridge between public and the
government, and we have to work with more consciousness and
sincerity to keep the trust of the people they have pinned with the force," Khoda said.
He said, despite many challenges, the state police has
maintained public trust by avoiding collateral damages and
saving lives of the people.
Khoda also thanked the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah for
his support to police department in modernising the
organisation as per the requirements.

PTI