JAMMU: Abdul Rashid Malik, private secretary to additional DGP (Armed) was accorded a warm send off on Friday on his superannuation.
In a statement, police spokesman described malik as “a highly decorated officer who rendered 34 years of unblemished and distinguished services in Jammu and Kashmir Police department in different capacities.”
Malik hailing from Inder village of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district joined Jammu and Kashmir Police in 1981 as junior stenographer.
For his consistent hard work and dedication he was promoted as senior stenographer in 1983 and converted as Inspector in 1990. He was promoted as DySP in steno cadre in year 2006.
The statement said that the officers and staff members of Armed Police Headquarters organized an impressive function to bid farewell to the retiring official.
While speaking on the occasion S. M. Sahai described Malik as a very honest and dedicated police officer who served in Police department in different capacities efficiently and honestly.
“He always delivered his services ensuring quick disposal of work and always performed up to the expectations of senior officers,” Sahai said.
The statement said that Malik while speaking on the occasion thanked all the officers and officials for the honour.
Among others the function was attended by IsGP Munir Ahmad Khan, P R Manhas, Sunil Kumar, DIsG K L Bhagat, Vijay Singh Sambyal, SSP S. S. Sharma, SSP Vijay Kumar and SO to ADGP Armed Zahid Naseem Manhas, the statement said.