Amit Shah presents Presidential Color Award to Assam police
Federal Interior Minister Amit Shah will present the President’s Color Award to Assam Police on May 10 for exemplary service over the past 25 years, police officials said Saturday.
Assam is the tenth country to perform outstandingly in combating rebellion, managing crime, maintaining law and order, and ensuring the security of life and property for both civilians and important people.
“This is a very proud moment for Assam. Only eight states and one Union Territory have been awarded the prestigious honor,” said LR Bishnoy, Special Director of Police (Training and Armed Police). ..
Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat, Jammu & Kashmir, Tripura and Haryana have been honored by the color of the President when Delhi was under federal territory. It is a state.
The color of the president, a special flag, is the highest honor given to any military or police force in recognition of the extraordinary service provided to the country in both peace and war.
To celebrate the “momentary” opportunity, Assam police have created a series of programs, including the “Ride of Pride Rally,” in which eight state police bikers run through 27 districts to inform honored people. Did.