Jalandhar: 327 bravehearts join CRPF after rigorous training : The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Jalandhar, June 8

As many as 327 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) trainees passed out from ATC, CRPF Group Centre, Jalandhar on Wednesday after undergoing a rigorous 44-week multidisciplinary training.

The training enabled the soldiers to master various skills to make them mentally and physically tough warriors of the CRPF, the country’s largest paramilitary. During the training, skills were imparted to them to enable them to assume responsibility for homeland security and accomplish the mission of the force in various theaters of deployment.

At the impressive parade swooning ceremony, Mool Chand Panwar, IG, CRPF, Chandigarh, took the salute and reviewed the parade. Harjinder Singh, DIG, Group Centre, Jalandhar in his welcome speech expressed his gratitude to the chief guest and guests. He read the intern newsletter and the CRPF’s role in maintaining homeland security.

Trophies were awarded by the IG to trainees, who excelled in various disciplines. The All Round Best trophy went to Constable Sanjay of Charkhi Dadri District, Haryana for his excellence in all areas. Constable Ravindra Vaishnav received a trophy in exercise, Constable Pinku in shooting, Constable Sanjay in BOAC, Constable Ashish Kumar indoors, Constable Vijay Kumar Choudhary outdoors.

Addressing the newly passed out officers, IG Panwar congratulated them and their families who witnessed a milestone in the lives of their wards, by joining the CRPF family. He urged them to work selflessly to uphold the true spirit of the Constitution of India. On this occasion, the freshly passed out trainees captivated the audience with their demonstrations of bare-knuckle combat, synchronized drills and martial arts.

Serving/retired officers, other distinguished guests and families of newly passed out officers attended the pass out parade. Later, the main guest and guests interacted with the new force members and their parents during the tea party, celebrating with the spirit of the occasion.


Kristen T. Prall