A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was executed between Police Department of UT of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu and Police Department of UT, Chandigarh under the scheme “Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat”- Cultural Exchange between State Police Forces. The purpose of this MOU is to set up a mechanism between States/UTs having different culture and language for better understanding and appreciation of each other’s culture, policing system and general administration.
The main objectives of this MOU are to develop understanding of and appreciation for each other’s culture and society, develop understanding of the organization, administration and functioning of Police, share knowledge between the UTs for upgrading professional skills, understand and appreciate each other’s working culture and ethics to pick up the best policing practices.
As per the MOU, both paired Union Territories will send 5 police personnel on monthly basis for a period of 25 days.
In execution of this MOU, both paired Union Territories have started sending their Police Personnel on monthly basis for a period of 25 days. Accordingly, in the first batch 5 Police Officials of Chandigarh Police namely Sr.C. Sukhjinder Pal Singh, No.3610/CP, Constable Kashmiri Lal, No.6426/CP, Constable Rohit, No.1940/CP, Constable Rohit, No.1940/CP and Constable Bhupesh, No.4759/CP have been sent to Police Department of UT of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu. Today they have reported there.
5 Police Personnel from Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu namely Constable P. N. Ghared, Constable Amit F. Yadav, Constable Sanjay Kumar, Constable Deepak Kumar and Constable Jitesh Solanki have also reported today in Chandigarh at Recruit Training Centre, Police Lines, Sector-26, Chandigarh. Further, as per schedule they will be attached with the different units of Chandigarh Police for giving them practical exposure of working of Chandigarh Police. They will also be involved in various cultural activities during their visit to develop a better understanding of regional culture.
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