Total 2115 promoted in Sikkim Police by CM PS Tamang since coming to power

New Delhi, June 28: A grand thanksgiving ceremony was organised for Chief Minister of Sikkim Prem Singh Tamang by 1992 batch Assistant Sub Inspectors (ASI) of Sikkim Police, Sikkim Armed Police (SAP), and Indian Reserved Battalion (IRBn) at SAP Camp, Pangthang, East SIKKIM on Monday.

The Chief Minister was accorded a warm welcome with the ‘ Guard of Honor’.

The Chief Minister in his speech expressed his gratitude and congratulated the 167 police personnel who were recently promoted. He also praised the entire police department for their work accomplishments. He directed the entire department to work with full dedication and proficiency. The Chief Minister in his address has assured to provide all possible support to the department for their upliftment.

The Chief Minister also mentioned that the State Government has allocated funds for Special Investigation and Traffic Management to support the officers during their official tours to other States for Investigation and inquiry. He also reiterated that impartial and timely promotion is being given to the officers and employees of the Police Department including other departments, which will always be maintained by the government with consistency.

The CM also announced to establish ‘Police Memorial’ to acknowledge the remarkable work done by the Police Department. Besides, the Chief Minister also assured to fulfill the demands of road connectivity including other developmental works placed by the Minister cum area MLA.

Earlier the Chief Minister inaugurated the New Advanced Gym which has a good collection of different types of equipment for workouts and exercise.

The programme also had the presence of Speaker Sikkim Legislative Assembly, Cabinet Ministers, MLAs, other dignitaries, senior officers and staff of the entire Police force including SAP, IRBn, Home Guard, Village Guard, Special Branch, Crime Branch, CID, Traffic, Vigilance, Officers, and employees from Check Post, Students, and local gentry.

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