JAMMU: While inaugurating the 33rd Police-Public Mela at Gulshan Ground, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Sunday said the mela has emerged as a powerful platform for police officers and the public to interact and celebrate the shared heritage.
The Lt Governor commended the Jammu & Kashmir Police Wives Welfare Association (JKPWWA) for carrying out numerous initiatives round the year to address the concerns of the families of martyrs and serving personnel. “JKPWWA is doing exceptional work in promoting welfare measures for JKP Jawans and their families,” he said.
“The Lt Governor paid tributes to the martyrs of Jammu Kashmir Police who devoted their lives to serving and protecting the nation,” a government spokesperson said in a statement.
“We will forever be grateful to our Bravehearts and their families who made supreme sacrifices for the sovereignty and integrity of the country,” the LG added.
Sinha went around the stalls put up by various police establishments, districts, and JKRLM and also interacted with the police families.
Dilbag Singh, DGP and Dr Rubinder Kaur, Chairperson PWWA briefed the Lt Governor about the extensive arrangements made for the Police-Public Mela and the activities undertaken for the welfare of families of J&K Police personnel.