DGP Meets Governor to Discuss State’s Policing Agenda

ITANAGAR – The newly appointed Director General of Police (DGP), Anand Mohan, IPS, paid a courtesy visit to the esteemed State Governor, Lt. General KT Parnaik, PVSM, UYSM, YSM (Retd.), at Raj Bhavan today. During the meeting, both dignitaries exchanged views on critical matters concerning the state’s law enforcement and security apparatus.

The Governor warmly welcomed DGP Anand Mohan and conveyed his confidence in the police chief’s extensive expertise and diverse experience garnered from various positions held within the country’s police establishment. He expressed his belief that these qualities would equip the new DGP to confront the numerous challenges ahead and facilitate the establishment of a citizen-centric policing framework in Arunachal Pradesh.

During the interaction, the Governor underscored the paramount importance of a responsive and safe environment for the state’s residents, emphasizing that every member of the Arunachal Pradesh Police should be fully committed to delivering on this essential commitment. The discussions also encompassed vital aspects such as police force modernization and the upgradation of infrastructure to bolster the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the police apparatus.

Furthermore, the Governor shared valuable insights into the prevailing security landscape in the state, highlighting pertinent areas that require concerted attention and strategic interventions. In conclusion, Lt. General KT Parnaik extended his best wishes to the newly appointed DGP, expressing optimism for a fruitful and successful tenure under his leadership.

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