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  • CID bags Ist prize, Traffic City declared 2nd 

SRINAGAR: Police Telecommunication Wing of Jammu and Kashmir Police organized annual debate on human rights awareness at Police Auditorium PHQ, here today. Theme of the debate this year was “Respect for human rights contributes professionalism in police.” The annual debate is organised to sensitize the police personnel regarding human rights. Teams from PHQ, Security, Crime, CID, Traffic, Telecommunication, and Railway Police participated in the debate.

IGP Technical Services Shri Jagjit Kumar was the chief guest of the function. Chairman organising committee Shri Naseer Ahmad, DPT J&K and members Dr. S.D Choudhary, Sh. Sanjay Kumar Bhagat and Sh. Mushtaq Ahmad were present on the occasion. SSP PTWS Dr. S.D Choudhary in his welcome address highlighted the importance of human rights and the aim of organising the debate every year.

 

A jury under the chairmanship of Director Prosecution PHQ Sh. Sikander Mohan Kapoor with its members JDP (PHQ) Sh. Gowhar Hussain Mir, CO JKAP 13th Bn. Sh. Shamsheer Hussain, AIG (Welfare/Com) PHQ Shri Manoj Kumar Pandit and Dy.SP (CIV) PHQ Sh.Gowhar Ahmad adjudged the speakers. Inspector Ghulam Jeelani Masoodi of CID was declared winner while Ms. Rubeena Akhter of Traffic City Kashmir  was adjudged runner up. Dy. SP Sh.Naeem Ahmad Wani of Security and Sr. Prosecuting Officer from Crime J&K Sh. Aijaz Ahmad got 3rd prize jointly. Prizes were distributed among the winners by the Chief guest and DPT J&K. Sh. Sanjay Kumar Bhagat, SO to IGP Technical Services presented vote of thanks