Swami Ramdevji interacts with policemen in PAP Chandigarh

Chandigarh, 5 March 2010
“Our nation is passing through a transitional phase and honest & dedicated citizens are the need of the hour. Only healthy people can contribute in nation building and resurgence of the society. Policemen are the defender of society and so they can perform their duties if and only if they are healthy with body and mind. In the changing socio-democratic scenario, the police has to play a greater role as they are the actual protectors of our democracy.” – told Swami Ramdev addressing the policemen in the Punjab Armed Police Complex at Chandigarh. He asked the policemen to practice Yoga regularly. He also stressed upon the behavioural aspects of policing to make it community oriented.

This function was organized on the initiative of Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, IPS, Commanding Officer of 82 Battalion PAP Chandigarh. Around one thousand police personnel of Punjab Armed Police attended this programme, besides common citizens and senior officers. Sh. AR Talwar, Principal Secretary Home, ADGP Chander Shekhar, Sh. BS Sudan, Sh. BK Singh, DIG N.P. Singh, DIG RN Dhoke, Sh. Neelkanth, Sh. Roop Kumar and Sh. Kuldeep Singh, all senior officers of police and administration, were present at this occasion.

Earlier Swamiji had an interactive session with the judges and advocates in the premises of Punjab and Haryana High Court. He also addressed the members and office bearers of Bharat Swabhiman Trust and Patanjali Yogpeeth in Panchkula and asked them to play a larger role in nation building.

1 comment:

Somil said...

Good Evening sir,my name is Somil Pahuja.U have done a great job.it's very important that people should know that police force has a lot of responsibilites and they are regularly taking steps to ensure their safety.I m also wriitng a book on Uttar Pradesh Police and it's reforms.My motive is to reduce the gap between a policeman and aam aadmi.I have also a blog named http://uttarpradeshpolice.blogspot.com .My best wishes are always with you.