Cops celebrate Lohri with poor

Cops celebrate Lohri with poor

Police Commissioner Rakesh Agrawal, Joint Commissioner of Police J Elanchezhian, along with other officials, celebrate Lohri with slum dwellers in Ludhiana on Wednesday. Tribune Photo

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana January 13

The Ludhiana police celebrated Lohri with orphans and other underprivileged persons at slum areas in the industrial hub.

Police Commissioner Rakesh Agrawal, Joint Commissioner of Police J Elanchezhian and all senior and junior police officials were part of the event.

Agrawal said the police distributed blankets, woollen caps, biscuits, noodles and sweets among people.

The CP said the programme was organised at 29 places in the city in which all police personnel participated and distributed the items among the poor.

Agrawal said the programme was organised under the guidance of Director General of Police Dinkar Gupta, who had also handed out a few packets of the items at a special event organised this morning at the Punjab Police headquarters.

Elanchezhian said the police also interacted with people and listened to their problems during the event. ACP (Crime) Surinder Mohan, who was also present, said the police would continue such initiatives in future as well.

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