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Traffic cops to be felicitated with Christmas cake

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By Our Reporter

 

A Traffic personnel issues summon slips to the owner of a wrongly parked vehicle at Polo in city on Thursday.

SHILLONG: The three traffic police personnel ( 2 constables and the Dy SP ) who performed their duties without fear and favour would be felicitated by ICARE with a Christmas cake.

ICARE is felicitating the three traffic personnel including DSP (City) Cherry Shadap, constable S Thapa and Sub Inspector Dasgupta who imposed a fine on Community and Rural Development Minister Saleng M Sangma for parking his vehicle in a no parking zone.

“We are felicitating the traffic personnel as a mark of honour to them for upholding the law. These traffic personnel need a pat in the back for the good work they have done,” ICARE president Toki Blah said. He further added that it is heartening that they have mustered courage to issue the summons slips despite knowing that both Saleng A Sangma and Ronnie V Lyngdoh are influential people. Blah said this being the season of goodwill it is only appropriate for us to felicitate them now. The felicitation function will be held at the office of the East Khasi Hills Superintendent of Police on Thursday at 2 pm.

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