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CM ANNOUNCES E-TRAINING FOR POLICE

PASSING OUT PARADE OF SUB INSPECTORS

Jaipur, Chief Minister Smt. Vasundhara Raje announced that policemen would be given e-training to make them efficient in IT sector. She also announced that budget of Rs. 4-5 crores would be provided for it.
Smt. Raje was addressing the convocation function after passing out parade of 368 Sub Inspectors at Rajasthan Police Academy (RPA) on Thursday. She called upon Sub Inspectors passing out from RPA to work in the interest of all communities and casts and make efforts to take Rajasthan ahead.
The Chief Minister said Rajasthan has turned into the state which is moving ahead rapidly. She said that the upcoming Resurgent Rajasthan summit and the increasing investment flow in the state will augment the pace of development. She said we feel proud that our state has a force which is always ready on every front to handle any situation. She congratulated all new Sub Inspectors for completing the training successfully and wish them good luck. She also congratulated trainers.
Smt. Raje distributed awards to the best trainees and trainers. She also announced award of Rs. 15,000 for the overall best trainee.
Home Minister Shri Gulab Chand Kataria asked policemen to hear grievance of in equal manner as there is no wealthy or poor, bigger or smaller for police. He said every achievement of policemen will be recorded in service book and it will form basis for their future prospect.

Trainee Sub Inspectors demonstrated physical execrises, gymnastics and other amazing feats. In the beginning Director General of Police Manoj Bhatt welcomed the guests. Director, RPA B. L. Soni proposed vote of thanks.
Social Justice & Empower Minister Arun Chaturvedi, MLA Surendra Pareek, Additional Chief Secretary Home A. Mukhopadhyay, and senior police officers were present in the function.


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