Panaji, November 9, 2015 … The Chief Minister Shri Laxmikant Parsekar jas said that Government will soon recruit 300 lady police constables in Goa Police female to deal with problems of women in the state.
Shri Parsekar was recently speaking at the Passing out Parade of 46 th batch of Goa Police Battalion held at Police Training School Valpoi .
The Chief Minister said Goa being a international tourist location many tourists from across the world visit this tiny state of the country and as a result sometimes domestic as well as foreign national face problems. Goa he said is also known for organizing national as well as international conferences, seminars, workshops, IFFI and as such it is necessary to provide adequate security to the visitors which he said can be accomplished by providing a appropriate training to the police personnel to overcome these problems faced he added..
527 Police Constable who passed out by undergoing successful training at the 46th batch of Goa Police Battalion and pressed in to Goa Police service from the Police Training School, Valpoi at an impressive Passing out parade after completion of 10 months training. Out of 527 Police Constable 507 are male and 20 are female.
Speaking further Shri Parsekar stressed the importance to take care of tourists and tackle various problems occurs due to the inflow of tourists. The Department therefore require more Police force in service, he remarked.
Shri Parsekar pointed that the crime rate in Goa has reduced by 35 % and detection has been increased by 15%.
Congratulating the new police constable, the Chief Minister appealed to them to give their best to maintain law and order in the State.
On arrival at the saluting dais, the DGP was presented a General salute followed by reviewing of the Parade and
Chief Minister also presented trophies to Shri Sunil G. Kolappate, Shri Rama B. Gawas, (Best in Outdoor(Male), Shri Haridas P. Borkar(Best in Indoor) Shri Gauresh R. Kutikar Shri Nitesh D. Parab, Shri Niraj N. Desshekhar, Shri Pritesh P. Shegavkar while the Best All rounder trophy was awarded to Kum. Hema Premanand Borkar.
Shri T.N. Mohan, DGP, in his welcome speech said that this batch is fully trained to tackle various problems in the state.
Smt Suman Goyal, Principal, Police Training School read out the pledge to the Police Constables and also proposed the vote of thanks