Dastardly terrorist attacks will not undermine country’s morale. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was addressing convocation of new inspectors of Central Reserve Police Force at Bangrasia today. In an open jeep, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan took guard of honour presented by new inspectors. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that entire country stands by families of martyrs laying down their lives for country’s security.
Paying tributes to jawan late Shri Omprakash from Madhya Pradesh, who died in terrorist attack in Jammu-Kashmir yesterday, he said that family of the martyr will be provided Rs. 15 lakh and a plot apart from job to one family member. Martyrs’ lives are precious. It is our duty to look after their families. Shri Chouhan said that there is no scope for narrowness in culture. He told the new inspectors that they are storehouses of immense powers.
He said that exemption from VAT will be considered on material supplied to CRPF personnel from canteen. At the programme, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan gave away prizes to three new inspectors having put in outstanding performance including Shri Praveen Singha, Shri Mohit Singh and Shri L. Premjeet Singh. He handed over Best Battalion Trophy to 155th Battalion and trophy for fiscal discipline to CATI, Shivpuri.
At the programme, 1004 new inspectors presented attractive march past under the leadership of Parade Commander Shri Subhash Vajpayee on the tune of “Saare Jahan Say Achha Hindostan Hamara”. In his welcome address, IG, CRPF Shri Ranjeet Singh informed that the Central Reserve Police Force was came into existence in the year 1939 in Neemuch district of Madhya Pradesh. IG, CRPF Shri Dayaram proposed a vote of thanks.