Chandigarh, July 16:
To further streamline the working and increase the efficiency of the Armed wing, Director General of Police (DGP) Punjab Gaurav Yadav on Saturday promoted another troop of 60 Sub-Inspectors of Armed Police Cadre to the rank of Inspector. With this promotion of 60 Police Personnel, almost all the vacancies of Inspectors rank have been filled in all the Armed Wing of the Punjab Police.
The move came a week after Punjab Police had promoted 101 Sub-Inspectors, which included 95 Women Officers, to the rank of Inspector.
“Assuring timely promotion to my colleagues is my top priority, which will not only boost morale of the force but also overcome the shortage of staff at supervisory level in different wings of the Punjab Police,” said DGP Gaurav Yadav, while wishing the promotees a good luck.
He also encouraged them to perform their duty with dedication, sincerity, and honesty.
Terming timely promotion as the right of every Police official, the DGP assured the entire police force to give them their due promotions very soon. He said that all the vacancies at supervisory levels including Head-Constable, Assistant Sub-Inspector, and Sub-Inspector will be filled at the earliest
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