14 Haryana cops to receive Police Medals on Independence Day : The Tribune India

14 Haryana cops to receive Police Medals on Independence Day

Two to get Police Medal for Gallantry

14 Haryana cops to receive Police Medals on Independence Day

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Chandigarh, August 14

Fourteen Haryana police officers and personnel have been selected to receive Police Medals for Gallantry (PMG), President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service and Police Medals for Meritorious Service.

Giving this information on the eve of Independence Day, a Haryana Police spokesperson said the medals were announced by the Union Home Ministry on Saturday.

While two Haryana police officials— ASI Rakesh Kumar and constable Pawan Kumar—will be conferred with the Police Medal for Gallantry, one has been selected to be decorated with the prestigious President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service and 11 other cops are to be awarded with Police Medal for Meritorious Service.

Besides, Dr. C.S. Rao, ADGP, Director, Haryana Police Academy, Madhuban, will be awarded with the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service.

Those who have been selected to be decorated with the Police Medal for Meritorious Service include Dr. Hanif Qureshi, IGP, IRB, Bhondsi; Raj Kumar, ACP, Panchkula; Ramjit Singh, DSP, State Crime Record Bureau, Madhuban; Sanjeev Balhara, DSP, Traffic Gurugram; Chaman Lal, Inspector, 4th Battalion HAP, Madhuban; Nirmala Devi, Inspector, CID, Panchkula; Manoj Kumar, Sub-Inspector, Police Headquarters, Panchkula; Mewa Singh, Sub-Inspector, Police Headquarters, Panchkula; Jasbir  Singh, Sub-Inspector, GRP, Ambala Cantt.; Sukhpal Singh, E/SI, State Vigilance Bureau, Panchkula; and Gurnam Singh, ASI, 4th IRB, Manesar.

Haryana DGP Manoj Yadava, while congratulating all the police officers and officials, said that it is a great honour for the entire police force that 14 of its officers have been selected for these prestigious awards. The recognition of their bravery, untiring and relentless efforts at national level would go a long way to further boost their morale as well as of others, he added.

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