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Nepal Police Celebrated 66th Police Day

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Nepal Police Celebrated 66th Police Day

On the occasion of the 66th Police Day 2078 BS, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Shailesh Thapa Chhetri distributed letters of appreciation and awards to the police personnel who have done excellent work in various fields, various dignitaries who have helped the police, and the best writers.

On the occasion, Inspector General of Police Thapa Chhetri presented the Peace Prize 2078 to Deputy Superintendent of Police Dharmaraj Bhandari and Yogendra Smriti Adventure Award to Deputy Inspector of Police Sumesh Pandey.

On the occasion, Inspector General of Police Thapa Chhetri presented Inspector Babindra Nemwang on behalf of the best investigator, Deputy Superintendent of Police Fanindra Prasai on behalf of the best investigator, Inspector Maniram Thapa, Deputy Inspectors Santosh Thapa Magar, and Krishna Raj Sedhai, and Assistant Inspector Machhendra Nath on behalf of the best investigator. Deputy Superintendent of Police Janak Bahadur Shahi, Inspector of Police Sunil Karki for Excellent Traffic Management, Outstanding Disaster Rescue Police Jawan Sanjiv Kumar Sah, Deputy Superintendent of Police Uday Jung Bahadur Rana for Support Group (Technical), Inspector of Police E Chiranjivi Pratap Mahato, Deputy Inspectors of Police Shanti Shakya, Raman Bahadur Palli Magar, Santosh Lama, Police Constables Rajan Bhandari, Purna Bahadur Khatri, and Purushottam Majhi were awarded certificates of appreciation and cash prizes.

Similarly, Deputy Superintendent of Police Dr. Jayanti Dhungana, Technical Inspector of Police Nirusha Maharjan, Police Office Assistant Sarmila Bhulej and Suraj Deula, Deputy Inspector of Police Kedar Bahadur Sinkhada, Police Kushal Bhurtel, Sushila Thapa, Roshan Karki, and Niru on behalf of the best players and sports coaches. Thapa handed over letters of appreciation and cash prizes to Deputy Superintendent of Police Rajendra Pokhrel, police constables Samjhana Rayamajhi and Bimala Chaudhary for the best internal and external trainers and Deputy Inspector of Police Navin Kumar Giri and Police Office Assistant Nirajan Shrestha.

Similarly, Inspector General of Police Thapa Chhetri distributed an appreciation letter to the Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Nepal Television, Sagarmatha Television, AP1 Television, Tudaldevi Senior Citizens Committee, Bhaktapur Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sarada Secondary School Bhaktapur Nagarpalika-2, Indreshwari Secondary School Sindhupalchowk Melamchi Municipality-11, Asara Improvement Center Ranibari Kathmandu, and Freedom Kit Bags Sindhupalchok Chautara Sangachokgadhi Municipality-5.

Similarly, Inspector General of Police Thapa Chhetri presented cash prizes and certificates of appreciation to Inspector Ghan Bahadur Thapa on behalf of the police and Gambhir Bahadur Hada of Baber Mahal in Kathmandu on behalf of the general public.

Similarly, Dirg Kumari Khatiwada of Budhanilkantha Municipality-3 Narayansthan, Nuwakot Panchakanya Municipality, Prison Security Guard Nuwakot, Birendra Bahadur Gurung of Kispang Municipality-5, Bishnu Ghale, Jitendra Tamang Moktan, former Dansing VDC-5 of Nuwakot, and now Tarkeshwar Municipality-1 are among the land donors. Man Bahadur Tamang, Sindhupalchowk Lisankhupakhar Municipality, Bir Bahadur Shrestha of Sindhupalchok Jagal Municipality-5, Khadak Bahadur Shrestha, Madhukar Shrestha, Hast Bahadur Shrestha, Kavre Mandandeupur Municipality, Man Kumari Gautam, and Shiv Narayan Shrestha of Kavre Roshi Municipality-7 were awarded certificates.

On the occasion of the 66th Police Day, Inspector General of Police Thapa Chhetri, Indira Thapa of Ripumardani Sainik Secondary School, Kathmandu, Prashant Makaju Shrestha of Kathmandu University High School, Kavre and Jenyun Sekke of Bhaktapur won the first, second, and third places respectively. Presented awards and certificates to Subijna Pradhan.

Similarly, Ganesh KC, former Deputy Inspector General of Police of Mahalaxmi Municipality-5, Tikathali, Dayawati Rawal of Kathmandu Metropolitan City-10, and 12 others who assisted in police work and investigation were awarded certificates of appreciation.

The Hon'ble President awarded ornaments and medals to 45 police personnel and 2 former police personnel on the day of the Constitution Day 2076 BS.

Inspector-General of Police Shailesh Thapa Chhetri also inaugurated the PSA by broadcasting a representative video from the Public Service Announcement (PSA) with successful awareness on parenting, suicide, domestic violence, rape, missing or found children, road accidents and cybercrime.

Addressing the award distribution ceremony, Inspector General of Police Thapa Chhetri said that being awarded is the fruit of one's deeds and those who do not get the award will be meritorious. He stressed that the recipients of the award should work more enthusiastically in the coming days to be ashamed of the award received and other employees who did not receive the award should work with the firm belief and high morale to receive the award in the coming days.

Inspector-General of Police Thapa Chhetri said that the general public should have support and trust in the police as security is a matter of joint responsibility. He discussed that the organization is always trying to deepen the good character of the police personnel.

The program was attended by Additional Inspector Generals of Police, Deputy Inspector Generals of Police, senior police officers, and police officers and youths.

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