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Haryana: Adjudged among top three in country, Bhattu Kalan police station gets award

Union Home Minister Amit Shah presented the trophy to Sub-Inspector Om Parkash, Station House Officer of Bhattu Kalan Police Station, at a function held in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh |
Updated: November 20, 2021 6:47:46 pm
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs had earlier adjudged Bhattu Kalan police station among the top-three police stations in the country. (Representational)

Haryana’s Bhattu Kalan Police station in Fatehabad district has been awarded one of the three best police stations trophy for the year 2021.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah presented the trophy to Sub-Inspector Om Parkash, Station House Officer of Bhattu Kalan Police Station, at a function held in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. The Union Ministry of Home Affairs had earlier adjudged Bhattu Kalan police station among the top three police stations in the country.

Haryana Director General of Police P K Agrawal congratulated the Fatehabad SP and the entire staff of Bhattu Kalan police station on their success. “It will inspire other police stations of the state to excel in public service,” the DGP said.

“Chief Minister Manohar Lal and Home Minister Anil Vij’s vision of enhancing professionalism in police, standards of service delivery through the use of technology, process initiatives and community partnerships in policing has gained recognition at national level,” the DGP added.

The Union Ministry of Home Affairs conducts the survey of the police stations across the country annually during which it judges the police stations on the basis of parameters like crime rate, investigation and disposal of cases, infrastructure and delivery of public service, among other features.

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