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Police Commemoration Day observed

Panaji, Oct 21 (UNI) The 61st Police Commemoration Day was observed with annual Police Commemoration Day Parade 2019 at the Goa Police Ground at Headquarters in the city on Monday.
Every year, October 21 is observed as Police Commemoration Day in memory of CRPF personnel, who were ambushed killed by the Chinese in 1959.
Director General of Police (DGP) Pranab Nanda, IPS, paid homage and read out the names of 292 police personnel in the country who laid down their lives in service in line of duty from September 1, 2018, to August 31, 2019, which was followed by “reverse arms” in commemoration of the police martyrs.
After the commemoration parade, DGP and other police officers laid wreaths at the Martyrs Memorial in commemoration of the police personnel who had lost their lives while on duty and in combating enemy.
In October 21, 1959, China took over Indian Police Post in Ladakh, during which ten police personnel sacrificed their lives for the country. It is in commemoration of the police martyrs that the central government had decided to observe “Commemoration Day” every year across the country.
The families of Goan martyrs Late Balaram B Shinde and Late Abshek Gomje were invited to witness the ceremony.
Speaking on the occasion of Police Commemoration Day, the Director General of Police Pranab Nanda appealed to all citizens of Goa to visit the website of Indian Police in service of the Nation ( launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in December 2015 to highlight the supreme sacrifices made by police personnel in line of duty.
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