Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 14
Assistant Commandant (AC) Naresh Kumar, a brave officer with sharp tactical acumen and indomitable braveness, has scripted historical past by receiving Police Medal for Gallantry (PMG) for seventh time in a brief span of 4 years.
Scripts historical past
- Assistant Commandant Naresh Kumar bought his first medal in 2017 for an operation, which was carried out in Srinagar in 2016
- He neutralised two terrorists from throughout the border
- In 2018, he was awarded with two PMGs for neutralising two Hizbul Mujahideen commanders
“Kumar has led the CRPF’s Valley Quick Action Team (QAT) in Srinagar, which has a glorious history of continued success marked with numerous gallantry medals that embellish its valour. This year alone, the Valley QAT has been adorned with more than 15 Gallantry medals,” the CRPF mentioned in an official launch.
Kumar bought his first medal in 2017 for an operation, which was carried out in Srinagar in 2016 throughout which he neutralised two terrorists from throughout the border. In 2018, he was awarded with two PMGs for neutralising two Hizbul Mujahideen commanders in a fierce operation.
This yr alone, the Valley QAT has been adorned with greater than 15 Gallantry medals. The erstwhile IG Srinagar, Ravideep Singh Sahi, and the current Valley QAT Commander Loukrakpam Ibomcha Singh and his teammate Constable Devsant Kumar have been awarded with Police Medal for Gallantry for a brave operation in Srinagar on October 3, 2017 the place two militants have been neutralised.