Posted by: ramrajya | February 18, 2012

Police to be a friend of those respect law and put down murderers and robbers with an iron hand.

Police to be a friend of those respect law and put down murderers and robbers with an iron hand.

போலீசார் மனிதாபிமானத்துடன் சட்டத்தை செயல்படுத்த வேண்டும்.

Making her mandate clear to the state police, Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa on Wednesday 15-2-2012 asked them to handle rioters, murderers and dacoits with an “iron fist”. “You (police) should serve with responsibility and dedication. You should be a friend to those who respect law. At the same time, you should crush rioters, murderers and dacoits with an iron fist,” Jayalalithaa said during the passing our parade ceremony for sub inspectors at the Tamil Nadu Police Academy in the city outskirts.


The passing out parade of the largest batch of sub-inspector trainees was held at the Tamil Nadu Police Academy in Oonamanchery on Wednesday15-2-2012. The batch of 1,061 underwent training of the level of IPS officers as National Police Academy (NPA) syllabus was introduced to sub-inspector trainees for the first time in the country.


Director General of police (Training) Letika Saran said the batch of 1,061 trainees consisted of 773 Taluk sub-inspectors (549 men and 224 women), 164 Armed Reserve (118 men and 48 women) and 122 Tamil Nadu Special Police sub-inspectors (87 men and 35 women). It included 256 postgraduates and 26 computer science graduates.


Tamil Nadu DGP K Ramanujam read out the oath and the function was presided over by chief minister J Jayalalithaa. The training in cyber crime investigation was sponsored by Nasscom and as many as 42 workshops were conducted.


Saran said the indoor training, spread over a year, aimed at imparting attitudes, skills and knowledge to prepare the trainees to be effective young leaders of the police service. Jayalalithaa presented medals for indoor, outdoor, firing and overall best trainee awards and the ‘Sword of Honour’ to officers of the Armed Reserve and Tamil Nadu Special Police.


Recalling her dream to set up a police training centre of international standards, Jayalalithaa said that she had already laid the foundation stone for the Academy in 2004 during her tenure as chief minister. She also expressed pride that lots of trainees were getting trained in the Academy.


Meanwhile, she stated that law and order were created to improve the quality of people. “At the same time, excessive sympathy towards the undeserving should be avoided,” she said adding police should put down murderers and robbers with an iron hand. Please hear the full speech thro the Video.




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