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SHILLONG, Dec 17 � Meghalaya Governor RS Mooshahary today highlighted the role of police officials, saying they are meant to serve and protect the people to ensure peace and harmony in the society.

Speaking at the 38th Passing Out Parade of North Eastern Police Academy (NEPA), at Barapani, Mooshahary said the trainee police officials must maintain the same discipline, as they did during their training, when they serve the people.

Moreover, he advised, that they should take care �not to harass innocent people, nor indulge in discrimination, corruption or let go a criminal free.�

In today�s passing out ceremony, 116 cadets of different rank from Deputy Superintendents of Police, Sub Inspectors, Assistant Sub Inspectors from the States of Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram and Sikkim completed their one-year basic police training course. NEPA Director AK Mathur, administered the pledge for the cadets.

F Lalbiakzauba bagged the all round best DSP Probationer and Anupa Gurung bagged the all round best cadet SI awards.

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Passing out parade of NEPA held

SHILLONG, Dec 17 � Meghalaya Governor RS Mooshahary today highlighted the role of police officials, saying they are meant to serve and protect the people to ensure peace and harmony in the society.

Speaking at the 38th Passing Out Parade of North Eastern Police Academy (NEPA), at Barapani, Mooshahary said the trainee police officials must maintain the same discipline, as they did during their training, when they serve the people.

Moreover, he advised, that they should take care �not to harass innocent people, nor indulge in discrimination, corruption or let go a criminal free.�

In today�s passing out ceremony, 116 cadets of different rank from Deputy Superintendents of Police, Sub Inspectors, Assistant Sub Inspectors from the States of Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram and Sikkim completed their one-year basic police training course. NEPA Director AK Mathur, administered the pledge for the cadets.

F Lalbiakzauba bagged the all round best DSP Probationer and Anupa Gurung bagged the all round best cadet SI awards.

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