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Governor asks police to serve common men with respect

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SIVASAGAR, June 12 - Governor of Assam Banwarilal Purohit, attending the 38th biennial conference of the All Assam Police Association at Yuvadal, Sivasagar yesterday, called upon the police personnel to give their best in serving the �janata janardan� (the common men) with respect, sincerity and dedication without giving in to any kind of unethical pressure from political leaders. The Governor in his speech said that in India, we have a long tradition of good governance since the days of Vikramaditya, Chandragupta Maurya and Jahangir and we must keep up the tradition. Purohit called upon all to follow the ideals set by former President APJ Abdul Kalam whom people cutting across all classes and creeds revered.

Mukesh Sahai, DGP, attending the conference said that our police forces have been working with utmost dedication despite constraints on many fronts and called upon others in the society to accord recognition to the good works done by the police instead of criticising them. He said that the process to implement the Seventh Pay Commission�s recommendations for the police personnel is on. The meeting was also attended by Pabitra Kumar Sarma, president, All Assam Police Association, Sonaram Baruah, educationist, Narayan Konwar, DC Sivasagar, Dr RK Meena, IGP, Eastern Range, SK Srivastav, Commandant, 149 CRPF Battalion and Dr Saumarjyoti Mahanta.

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Governor asks police to serve common men with respect

SIVASAGAR, June 12 - Governor of Assam Banwarilal Purohit, attending the 38th biennial conference of the All Assam Police Association at Yuvadal, Sivasagar yesterday, called upon the police personnel to give their best in serving the �janata janardan� (the common men) with respect, sincerity and dedication without giving in to any kind of unethical pressure from political leaders. The Governor in his speech said that in India, we have a long tradition of good governance since the days of Vikramaditya, Chandragupta Maurya and Jahangir and we must keep up the tradition. Purohit called upon all to follow the ideals set by former President APJ Abdul Kalam whom people cutting across all classes and creeds revered.

Mukesh Sahai, DGP, attending the conference said that our police forces have been working with utmost dedication despite constraints on many fronts and called upon others in the society to accord recognition to the good works done by the police instead of criticising them. He said that the process to implement the Seventh Pay Commission�s recommendations for the police personnel is on. The meeting was also attended by Pabitra Kumar Sarma, president, All Assam Police Association, Sonaram Baruah, educationist, Narayan Konwar, DC Sivasagar, Dr RK Meena, IGP, Eastern Range, SK Srivastav, Commandant, 149 CRPF Battalion and Dr Saumarjyoti Mahanta.