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Chennai Suburban Commissioner of Police S.R. Jangid presenting the Best Cadet Trophy to Chitra at the passing-out parade in the Police Recruit School, St.Thomas Mount, on Monday.
Chennai Suburban Commissioner of Police S.R. Jangid presenting the Best Cadet Trophy to Chitra at the passing-out parade in the Police Recruit School, St.Thomas Mount, on Monday.

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191 women constables complete training

CHENNAI: Chennai Suburban Commissioner of Police S.R. Jangid on Monday called upon new women police recruits to maintain a humane approach towards petitioners and practise honesty.

Taking salute at the passing out parade in the Police Recruit School in St.Thomas Mount here on Monday, Mr. Jangid said police should work without prejudice.

“You have joined the force at a time when the Tamil Nadu police is celebrating 150 years of glorious service. The power given to the police is only to serve the people better. There should be no compromise on integrity. You must work for a transparent and efficient administration,” Mr. Jangid told the 191 women constables who completed the six months training.

Mr. Jangid presented medals to winners of various competitions. Police Recruit School Principal and Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police A. Narayanan spoke.

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