MP CM Chouhan urge young police officers to remain connect with general public

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that it is a matter of pride and good fortune that the officers selected for the Indian Police Service get the opportunity to serve the country and the people. You could have made a career in any field based on your qualification and efficiency. That you have chosen civil service as your career is a reflection of your commitment to serve the nation and the people. “Desh-Bhakti aur Jan-Seva” (patriotism and public service) is the basic mantra of Madhya Pradesh Police. Without compromising on the principles, deal with the criminals strictly, treat the gentlemen gently like a flower and perform your duties.

Chouhan was discussing at the Samatva Bhawan located at the CM’s residence with the probationary IPS officers posted in the state. CM

Chouhan was called on by 09 probationary officers of the Indian Police Service posted in the state.

Chouhan said that the Madhya Pradesh Police has presented wonderful examples of sensitivity in the management of Simhastha and the arrangements made during the Corona period. Madhya Pradesh Police has a glorious tradition. Probationary officers should work diligently while maintaining a gentle behaviour keeping a positive attitude and present an example of their working style through a lively dialogue with the general public.

Chouhan was called on by probationary officers of the Indian Police Service Sarvshri Abhishek Ranjan, Adarsh Kant Shukla, Anand Kaladgi, Ankit Soni, Ayush Gupta, Krishna Lalchandani, Mayur Khandelwal, Narendra Rawat and Vidita Dagar. Deputy Commissioner of Police Bhopal Vineet Kapoor accompanied.

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