Police Commemoration Day 2019: History behind the day and India's first national police historical center - watsupptoday.com
Police Commemoration Day 2019: History behind the day and India's first national police historical center
Posted 22 Oct 2019 11:29 AM

Source: JK Police

National Police Commemoration Day is watched each year on October 21 to recollect recalling the bold cops who relinquished their lives while releasing their obligations. Rich tributes are paid to the saints on this day.

On Police Commemoration Day 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the individuals to visit the National Police Museum and saluted police powers and their families.

"We salute our police powers, their families and recollect proudly those valiant police workforce martyred in the line of obligation today on Police Commemoration Day. Our police faculty play out their obligations with most extreme determination. Their fortitude consistently persuades us," Modi tweeted.

We salute our police powers, their families and recall with satisfaction those daring police staff martyred in the line of obligation today on Police Commemoration Day.

Our police workforce plays out their obligations with the most extreme steadiness. Their fortitude consistently propels us.

Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 21, 2019
In a different tweet, he said the Memorial is a position of motivation and appreciation and helps to remember the valor of our police powers.

"A year ago, the National Police Memorial was committed to the country. This Memorial is a position of motivation and appreciation. It helps us to remember the valor of our police powers. Do visit the National Police Memorial at whatever point conceivable," he included.

A year ago, the National Police Memorial was committed to the country. This Memorial is a position of motivation and appreciation. It helps us to remember the valor of our police powers.

Do visit the National Police Memorial at whatever point conceivable.

India's first National Police Museum

A year ago, Narendra Modi introduced India's first national police exhibition hall in Delhi on the event of Police Commemoration Day 2018.

The gallery - delineating the history, ancient rarities, uniform and apparatus of focal and state police powers - is as an underground office in the premises of the national police dedication in Delhi's Chanakyapuri.

The exhibition hall task is being controlled by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) as a team with the focal equipped police powers (CAPFs) that capacity under the direction of the Union home service.

A mass of valor, with names of work force slaughtered in real life, is likewise expected to be introduced during a similar occasion, a senior authority told PTI.

Police Commemoration Day history

On October 21, 1959, twenty Indian officers were assaulted by the Chinese soldiers in Ladakh. This squabble between the soldiers prompted the demise of ten police officers. Seven of the other people who were additionally detained and figured out how to escape from the Chinese soldiers.

On November 28, 1959, the Chinese soldiers gave over the dead groups of the martyred police officers to India
Their incineration was held with full Police respects at the Hot springs in Ladakh. As far back as the episode, October 21 is commended as Police Commemoration Day in recognition of the saints.

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