Tribune News Service
New Delhi, September 4
Asking the Indian Police Service (IPS) Probationers “not to act as Singham” within the early phases of their profession, Prime Minister Narendra Modi advised the previous to be “vigilant”.
In his interplay with the IPS Probationers via video-conferencing throughout “Dikshant Parade Event” at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (SVP NPA), Hyderabad, the Prime Minister suggested the younger trainees to develop the talent to separate the grain from the chaff.
Addressing ladies police personnel, he urged them to interact with ladies in Jammu and Kashmir to stop children from taking the “wrong path”. He stated the humane facet of the police emerged in the course of the Covid disaster.
Responding to a lady probationer, Modi heaped reward on the individuals of Kashmir, saying they’re ‘lovely’ individuals and have particular capacity to study new issues.
“I am very connected to them. They treat you with so much love…All of us have to work together to stop children from taking a wrong direction,” he stated.
“And, this can be done by our women police officers. They can help educate mothers. I am confident if they do that, in the initial stage itself we can prevent our children from taking the wrong path,” Modi stated.
To handle stress, the Prime Minister suggested them to practise yoga and pranayama.
Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah greeted the IPS trainees. He stated he was assured that they might encourage children to hitch the police drive.
“My best wishes to all young IPS trainees on their Dikshant Parade. May they serve the nation with utmost dedication while ensuring its security and integrity. I am confident that their commitment towards service will inspire our youngsters to join the Indian Police Service,” the Home Minister tweeted. The Prime Minister additionally burdened on constabulary intelligence for efficient policing. The police want to coach individuals to see how expertise can be utilized in a optimistic approach.
(with inputs from PTI)