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JK Police recruits as constables, over 600 candidates who passed basic training course

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After undergoing a rigorous nine month Basic Recruitment Training Course (BRTC), 15th batch of 604 constables of Jammu and Kashmir Armed and Executive Police today took part in Passing–Out-Parade here at STC Talwara.

Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police, Dilbag Singh was the chief guest on the occasion.

Additional Director General of Police Armed J&K, Army Officers, Para Military officers and other senior Police officers also witnessed the Parade.

The 15th BRTC batch consists of highly qualified men hailing from different parts of J&K. Out of 604 trainees, 24 are Post Graduates, 54 Graduates, 138 10+2 pass , 220 matriculate and 168 middle pass. The Batch comprises 476 Executive Police personnel, 116 IRP BNs personnel and 12 of Armed Police.

Among the trainees, 63 were recruited through Transparent Recruitment Policy, 489 are SPOs who’s work remained outstanding on anti Militancy front, 3 have been converted from Follower to Constable and 49 personnel were recruited under SRO-43.

The trainees underwent meticulous training and passed out with flying colors to serve the Jammu and Kashmir Police. Besides this, trainees were also familiarized with crucial modern techniques.

In his address, Director General of Police J&K, Dilbag Singh heartwarmingly welcomed the newly inducted members in J&K Police. The DGP also appreciated work and conduct of all the trainees and appreciated the determination of the Institute for imparting quality Training since its inception in 1998. The Director General also expressed his deep condolence to the families of martyrs of Jammu and Kashmir Police force who laid down their lives for the protection of the Nation.

Earlier, in his welcome address, Principal STC Talwara, Anil Kumar Katoch, expressed his best wishes to all the new members of the Police force who passed out in this batch.

R/Ct Sunil Kumar Chest No. 534/STC Belt No. 696/IR-19th Bn was adjudged overall best in BRTC 15th Batch and was on the spot awarded one rank up (SGCT) by the DGP J&K.

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2 CRPF jawans, Civilian Injured In Grenade Attack

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Two CRPF jawans and a Civilian were injured in a grenade attack on Friday.

Reports said immediately after the attack, the area was cordoned off to nab the attackers.

Further details are awaited.

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Man arrested for raping minor

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A man was arrested in Baramulla district of north Kashmir for allegedly raping a minor girl inside a forest area, police said on Thursday.

A complaint was received in police station Uri in the district on Wednesday by a person alleging that his minor daughter, aged about 13 years, was raped and threatened by a man, identified as Imtiyaz Ahmad Khan alias Muna Khan, in the forest area, a police spokesperson said.

He said a case under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was registered in police station Uri and an investigation is underway.

“During the course of investigation, the police team after utilising all available means and due to strenuous efforts arrested the accused within hours of the complaint received by police. He has been shifted to the police station, where he remains in custody,” the spokesperson said.

As part of the investigation, necessary medico-legal formalities have been carried out, he added.

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Train crushes man to death

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A man was crushed to death by a train at Qazigund in south Kashmir district of Anantnag on Friday.

Official sources said that panic gripped Badragund in Anantnag when a man, identified as Ghulam Nabi Chopan, was crushed to death by a train on Srinagar-Banihal route at around 1100 hrs on Friday. The locals immediately informed the police, they said, adding a team was rushed to the area and the body was taken away.

After completing all the legal and medical formalities, the body was handed over to his relatives for last rites.
Police have registered a case and initiated investigation into the incident

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