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Meghalaya Police gets 104 new constables


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NONGPOH, July 9: A total of 104 new constables were inducted into the Meghalaya Police on Tuesday following a passing-out parade, which was held at the Armed Police Training Centre, 6th Battalion in Umran.
According to a statement here, the passing-out parade was attended by Meghalaya Director General of Police (DGP), Idashisha Nongrang, as the chief guest, as well as senior officials from the Police department, and family members of the new recruits.
In her address, the DGP, while congratulating the new recruits, said, “The 104 new unarmed branch recruit constables have made us proud. Some of you have won prizes, which should serve as an inspiration and motivation for further achievements. For those who have not, rest assured that there will be ample opportunities for you to win prizes and laurels for the Meghalaya Police, for yourselves, and for your country.”
The DGP also acknowledged the growing challenges faced by the Meghalaya Police and emphasised the importance of discipline and adaptability.
“The challenges before the Meghalaya Police grow with each passing day. The challenges that you, especially as unarmed branch constables, will face are significant,” Nongrang said.
She also urged the new recruits to uphold the highest standards of discipline and professionalism in Meghalaya Police.



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