Veteran services

DGP pays tribute to veteran police personnel in Sikkim

DGP pays tribute to veteran police personnel in Sikkim

Pakyong, August 6: 94-year-old retired policeman Shri Dhan Bahdur Tamang, resident of Nesar Busty, Soreng, visited the police headquarters, he picked up his ID card issued by the police headquarters. police.
Shri Dhan Bahdur Tamang joined the Sikkim Police Service in August 1963 and voluntarily retired in October 1986. Thereafter he lived in his village where he inspires the younger generation to come.
As part of the project to issue identity cards to retired police officers, wide publicity has been given in the districts.
A large number of retired police officers went to the police headquarters to obtain identity cards, he is informed.

DGP pays tribute to veteran police personnel in Sikkim

DGP pays tribute to veteran police personnel in Sikkim

It is heartening to note that at the ripe age of 94, Shri Dhan Bahadur Tamang was able to visit the HQP and get the ID by himself, which proves his devotion and sincerity.
He was congratulated with a Sikkim Police Quasquicentennial cap by DGP IPS A Sudhakar Rao at PHQ today.
The DGP on behalf of the Sikkim Police Brotherhood expressed his gratitude to the veteran who is the model of the Sikkim Police Organization