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DGP lays foundation stone of works at CTC Lethpora, IRP 23rd Bn Hqrs

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Srinagar: The Director General of Police, Dilbag Singh today, laid the foundation stone of construction works at Commando Training Centre (CTC), Indian Reserve Police (IRP) 23rd Battalion Headquarters at Lethpora in Awantipora district. 

He later visited Anantang and Pulwama districts of South Kashmir.

Accompanied by ADGP Armed/IRP J&K SJM Geelani, ADGP (Hqrs), PHQ, M. K Sinha, ADGP Kashmir Zone Vijay Kumar, DIG AP/IR Kashmir Shahid Mehraj, AIG Building PHQ Javid Iqbal Matoo, and AIG Communication Manoj Pandith, the DGP was received by CO IRP 23rd Bn. Atul Sharma, SSP Awantipora Mohd Yousuf,  Principal CTC Lethpora Tanveer Jeelani, CO 185 CRPF Bn A K Bharti and Xen PCD Kamal Kishore. He was presented guard of honour at CTC Lethpora as well as at 23rd IRP Bn Hqrs.

After laying the foundations at Lethpora, the DGP inspected various under-construction works like Parade ground, administration blocks, hostel, quarter guards, hospital, USQ/LSQ blocks, conference hall, computer labs etc. He sought details as to what was being built and augmented for the trainees, staff and jawans. He directed for adaptation of drawings as per the needs and also suggested amends and changes for making CTC a centre of excellence. The DGP directed for finishing the construction and all allied work within stipulated times and also providing State of art facilities for training. He also directed for providing best residential facilities to the personnel.

The DGP then visited Anantnag where in his presence the first ever women police station for South Kashmir was inaugurated. The Police station was inaugurated by Principal Women Degree College Anantang Dr. Nuzhat and other women, representing different fields.

After the inaugural function of the Women Police Station, the DGP while speaking to the media said that “The purpose behind opening the women police station across the UT is to provide a better environment to women.” “Crime against women has been taken seriously and to bring down any type of crime against women, the Women Police Stations have been opened where the victims of crime will be conducted with by women officers/officials,” the DGP added.

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