Police commemoration day observed to salute bravehearts


The Delhi Police observed Police commemoration day on Monday to salute Bravehearts who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty protecting the citizens. Commissioner of Delhi Police Sanjay Arora and other senior officials, along with their spouses, visited the National Police Memorial at Chankyapuri to pay homeage to martyrs by laying wrath at the memorial.
A short film highlighting the history of the police force in India, the multiple roles of police personnel, and the difficulties faced by police personnel during the performance of their duty was also shown.
This was finally concluded with a retreat ceremony by the Delhi Police Brass Band and Delhi Police Women Pipe Band, who played their patriotic tunes and paid their tribute.
The families of Delhi Police martyrs and serving police personnel also visited the National Police Memorial and paid floral tributes to the martyrs on this occasion. On this occasion, a ‹Run for Martyrs› was also organized. The run started from Nehru Park and reached the National Police Museum.
The Commissioner of Police and other senior officials participated in this symbolic run and paid tribute at the National Police Memorial, whose ‹wall of valour› has inscribed the names of bravehearts who sacrificed their lives. This event on October 30 was part of the All India Police commemoration day, which has been organised in different districts from October 22 to October 30. This also includes CAPF foci and CPOs, including Delhi Police, and the final day was entrusted to conclude this event.