IEP Chandigarh, January 25
On the occasion of Republic Day, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs announced that a total of 14 Haryana Police officers/personnel have been awarded medals for distinguished and meritorious service.
Out of the 14 awards announced, one officer will receive the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service and 13 will get the Police Medal for Meritorious Service.
Sharing the information here today, a Haryana Police spokesperson informed that Sh. Amitabh Singh Dhillon, Inspector General of Police (Modernization) has been selected to be awarded with the President’s Police Medal for distinguished service.
Those who have been selected to be decorated with Police Medal for Meritorious Service include Satender Kumar Gupta IGP (Karnal Range) Karnal, B. Sateesh Balan IGP (STF), Virender Kumar Vij DCP (East) Gurugram, Surender Singh DSP (CID) New Delhi, Raj Kumar Ranga ACP Panchkula, Hari Kishan Inspector State Crime Branch, Ramesh Kumar Sub-Inspector (SI) Ambala, Dinesh Singh SI 1st IRB Bhondsi Gurugram, Naresh Kumar SI Rohtak, Devender Kumar ASI Panipat, Ram Pal EASI (CID) Chandigarh, Sajjan Kumar ORP ASI Hisar and Sunil Kumar Head Constable Panchkula.
Congratulating the medal recipients, the Director General of Police (DGP) Haryana, Sh. P.K. Agrawal said that it is a moment of pride for the entire police force that our 14 officers have been chosen to be decorated with such a prestigious honour. Recognition of their exemplary services at the national level would further boost their morale as well as that of others in the state police force.