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HP POLICE WIN MEDALS

HP Police have won an impressive tally of medals (one gold & three bronze) in Boxing & Wrestling events at All India Police Games currently being held at Pune.HC Gita Nand of 3rd IRBn has won Gold Medal in Boxing Light Heavy category. He knocked out the fellow competitor from Maharashtra in the first round itself. HC Atul Thakur of 5th IRBn and C. Ajay Kumar of Shimla distt. have won bronze medals in Boxing Super Heavy & Light Weight categories respectively. Lady C. Rani of 5th IRBn has won bronze in wrestling 76 kg category. DGP heartily congratulates all medal winners and others associated with preparation for the Games

HC Geeta Nand of 3rd IRBN has won Gold Medal (Boxing Event) in Light Heavy weight category at all India Police games held at Pune w.e.f 27th Oct 2017 to 31st Octapos;2017. He knocked out the fellow competitor from Maharashtra in the first round itself.

HC Atul Thakur of 5th IRBN has won Bronze Medal (Boxing Event) in Super Heavy weight category at all India Police games held at Pune w.e.f 27th Octapos;2017 to 31st Oct 2017

Const. Ajay Singh of Shimla District has won Bronze Medal (Boxing Event) in Light weight category at all India Police games held at Pune w.e.f 27th Oct 2017 to 31st Oct 2017.

Lady Constable Rani of 5th IRBN has won Bronze Medal in Wrestling under 76 kg category at all India Police games held at Pune w.e.f 27th Oct 2017 to 31st Oct 2017.

Theft in Ragunath Temple Kullu

Theft in Raghu Nath Temple Kullu , a Case FIR No. 378/14 dated 09.12.2014 u/s 457, 380, IPC registered at Police Station Kullu on the statement of Sh. Danvender Singh s/o Maheshwar Singh resident of Sultanpur District Kullu stating therein that on the intervening night of 8th & 9th December 2014 some unknown culprits reportedly stolen the artifacts (idols & other items) from Sh. Raghunath Ji Temple Kullu i.e. Idol of Sh. Raghu Nath Ji of Astadhatu about 3” long along with golden chain and golden bangle, Idol of Sh. Hanuman of Astadhatu about 6” long along with golden pendent, One idol of Sh. Ganesh Ji, of silver length 5”, One Shila of Narsingh covered with gold box, One Shila of Shaligram covered with gold box, One pair of silver Charan Paduka , Two bowls of silver, One Achaman of silver, One Shankh stand of silver, one Tasky of silver, One Jot of silver, One Peedu of silver, Two Lotas of silver, One bell of Astadhatu, One stand of Dhoop. Total weight of the articles except value of idol was reported 01Kg Gold & 10 Kg Silver amounting to Rs. 32 lacs. All the stolen idols and articles have been recovered on the basis of facts disclosed by Nar Prasad Jaisi during his interrogation at Nepal . The names of following police Inspectors of Special Investigation Team are hereby recommended for CC- I with suitable cash reward, however names of other officials are hereby recommended for out of turn promotion to the next higher rank.

  1. Inspector Neel Chand, SHO PS Kullu Distt. Kullu
  2. Inspector Anil Kumar, 4th IRBN J/Beri
  3. Inspector Raj Kumar 5th IRBN Bassi, Distt. Bilaspur
  4. Inspector Lokender Negi, SHO, PS Aut Distt. Mandi
  5. SI Jitender Addl. SHO PS Kullu
  6. SI Ankur I/C PP P/Kuhal Distt. Kullu
  7. HC Rajeev Kumar State CID
  8. HC Sanjeev Walia, No. 50 Distt. Bilaspur
  9. HHC Suresh Kumar No. 188 , PL Kullu

Rescued During Kinnar Kailash Yatra

Two constables of this district i.e. Constable Radha Krishan-137 and Constable Rattan sagar-271 had made best efforts and putting their own life on risk went down in a steep rock and rescued Sh. Vinay Kumar of Solan district from the rock to safer place after 06 hours during Kinnaur Kailash Yatra on 04/08/2014.

Rescue operation near Police Quarters at Sadhupul Link Road Junga

Three persons flushed away near police quarters on Sadhupul link road on 16.07.2015 intervening night due to heavy rain fall who were rescued by the police personnel of this battalion and took them to government hospital Junga for medical treatment and saved their lives. The action of police personal was appreciated by the public of village Junga and Pradhan gram Panchyat Junga, also issued appreciation letter in this regard.

Removal of Slush and Debris During Heavy Rain Fall

About 20-30 police personnel of this battalion helped in removal of slush and debris during heavy rain from the house of Sh. Beli ram r/o vill. Junga on 10/11 July 2015.

Blood Donation Camp

Blood donation camp was organized on 31.07.2014 at Bn. HQ Junga and maximum police personnel of this battalion donated their blood for social cause of humanity.

“De-addiction” Programme

Proper arrangements for the smooth conduct of “De-addiction” programme held at police line Bharari w.e.f. 08.7.2015 to 17.7.2015 were made by this battalion.

“Sawachhta Safai Abhiyan”

“Sawachhta safai abhiyan” has been organised by the jawans of this battalion under the supervision of undersigned on 29.1.2015 with the co-operation of a NGO “Help Social Organization” at northern railway station Shimla & railway track up to HRTC bus stand and tunnel 103. 65 Officers/Jawans of this battalion participated in the said campaign. Efforts were appreciated by the staff of railways and tourist as well as by the citizen of the area.

Sports Activity

Two ladies constable namely L/C Anurdha No.548 and L/C Priyanka No.466 of this battalion participated in inter battalion badminton competition held at 1st IRBn. Hdqrs. Bangarh w.e.f . 17.02.2014 to 20.02.2014 in which both LCs secured 1st position in double and L/C Priyanka secured 2nd position in single.

Trekking Expedition

A special trekking expedition was conducted between Kufri and Junga on 20.4.2015 covering a distance of 18 kms on foot. The team was headed by Sh. S.R. Ojha, IPS, ADGP/AP&T/HP Shimla and Co. 1st HPAP Bn. Junga accompanied the trekking party. Ten other men and women police officials of this Bn. participated in this trekking campaign.

International “Yoga Divas”

International “yoga divas” organized at Bn. Hdqrs. on 21.06.2015 in which all the GOs and police personnel participated at Bn. Hdqrs.

Adoption of Village Namely Sakoh

One village namely Sakoh adjacent to this battalion is adopted by this battalion and during this period the bifurcation road of this battalion was cleared by the police officials of this battalion.

HP Police Half Marathon

State level HP Police Half Marathon was organized on 28.6.2015 at ridge Shimla in which all the GOs and police personnel present at hdqrs. were deployed for making necessary arrangements. all the officers & officials made consistent efforts for successful conduct of HP Police Half Marathon 2015.

Saving Life During ‘Lord Rahunathji’ Rath Yatra Kullu Dusshera

On 03.10.2014 during the Rath yatra of ‘Lord Rahunathji’ held at Dusshera festival ground a minor child (aged 11yrs) namely master shubham who had come with his father sh. sanjay kumar resident of village- sarwari bazar po dhalpur tehsil and distt. kullu (hp) to pray with the holy place accidentally fell in front of rath of ‘Lord Rahunathji’. Incident happened when rath yatra of ‘Lord Rahunathji’ pulled by thousands of devotees and paid obeisance at dusshera festival ground. On seeing this HC Pawan Kumar No- 52 who had deployed for l&o duty at that place, showed his presence of mind, quickness, great courage by risking his live bravely took the child from the crowd, safe. If victim (master Shubham) was not taken away, in front of Rath of ‘Lord Rahunathji’ results would out to be worse. For this act of bravery, name of HC Pawan Kumar No. 52 of this battalion had been published in many news papers. district administration authorities, senior police officers, authorities of ‘international Kullu Dusshera Festival’ committee, wards of victim, local people were grateful to the above named official.

Adopted Adjacent Village Jakhu, Social and Culture Activities Involvement the Villagers

During Lohari Utsav-2015 villagers of village Jakhu was invited for the function held in Bn. complex. Beside this on Basant Panchmi occasion “Vishal Bhandra” is organized every year and villagers of nearby villages are invited during these religious celebrations.