Kishtwar Police Honors Police Martyrs, Listens to Next of Kin (NOKs), and Strengthens Support**Under the Banner of **#Meri Matti Mera Desh-Mitti Ko Naman Veeron Ka Vandan

Kishtwar Police organised a detailed meeting with the NOKs of Martyrs, under the theme “Meri Matti Mera Desh-Mitti Ko Naman Veeron Ka Vandan,” paying tribute to Police Martyrs and addressing concerns of their Next of Kin (NOKs). The event, held at the District Police Lines (DPL) in Kishtwar, fostered an atmosphere of respect, empathy, unity, and camaraderie.

SSP Kishtwar, Sh. Khalil Poswal-JKPS, and ADC Kishtwar Sh. Inderjeet Singh presided over the event, recognizing the martyrs’ sacrifices and expressing gratitude for their service. The phrase “Meri Matti Mera Desh-Mitti Ko Naman Veeron Ka Vandan” embodied reverence for these heroes.

Approximately 44 NOKs of Police Martyrs were welcomed by SSP Kishtwar and ADC Kishtwar. Listening attentively, they assured NOKs that they remain an integral part of the extended Police family, emphasizing the organization’s commitment to their well-being.

The event also included a shared lunch, providing an opportunity for the NOKs to connect, share stories, and bond in an informal setting. Gifts were shared as a gesture of appreciation, underscoring the Police’s deep respect for the sacrifices made by the NOKs.

Amidst unity, welfare measures were highlighted, demonstrating the Police’s dedication to NOKs’ needs. Concerns were voiced, and SSP Kishtwar Sh. Khalil Poswal-JKPs, ADC Kishtwar Sh. Inderjeet Singh Parihar, Addl. SP Kishtwar, Sh. Rajinder Singh, and DySP DAR DPL Kishtwar, Sh. Sajjad Khan, assured timely resolution.

The event concluded with a vote of thanks, promising continued support and future gatherings. “Meri Matti Mera Desh-Mitti Ko Naman Veeron Ka Vandan” strengthened understanding, respect, and support within the Police organization, forging a lasting partnership.“`

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