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GUWAHATI: In a major move to strengthen the rank and file of Assam Police, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal distributed appointment letters to 2305 newly-recruited constables in a programme held at College of Veterinary Science Playgroung in the city on Friday.
Speaking on the occasion, Sonowal exhorted upon the new recruits to work with honesty and dedication to safeguard people’s life and property in the state. “The Assam Police will have to work as a symbol of honesty, integrity, courage and humanity to win the confidence of the people. Ensuring safety and security of the people and their property is their main responsibility. The police force has a huge responsibility which they must execute with a sense of equality towards all”, Sonowal said.
Stating that the state government since the time of assuming power launched an unrelenting fight against corruption, illegal migration, insurgency and pollution, the Chief Minister pointed out the recruitment of constables as an example of its commitment towards making administration transparent and corruption free. He also highly appreciated the transparent manner of recruitment carried out by the State level Police Recruitment Board.
“Whatever we do, it would be transparent and corruption free”, Sonowal asserted. “People of the state too wanted the government to rid the administration from the ills of corruption. Following the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mantra of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, our government achieved several milestones during last one and a half years with unequivocal support from the people”, he said.
Sonowal asked the new recruits to serve the people without discrimination. “Wherever you are posted, work with honesty and integrity. Consider the entire state as your mother and work in such a manner that people feel a sense of security by your presence”, he emphasized and called for strengthening harmony and unity amongst all.
Sonowal in his speech also urged the Assam Police to extend all cooperation to the tourists visiting the state so that they feel fully secured and carry the message to their own land. This would greatly facilitate tourist footfall in the state, he quipped.