On 72nd Raising Day, all ranks in Delhi Police along with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal paid tribute to the martyrs of Pulwama terrorist attack and expressed solidarity with the families of bravehearts in the Kingsway Camp on Saturday.
Mentioning the attack, L-G Baijal said, “This undoubtedly is an irreparable loss for the country and there is need to strengthen police frame work to deal with internal security challenges.”
In his address, Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik reiterated that fighting terrorism is the topmost priority of Delhi Police and that they are well prepared to thwart any threat. He also stated that heinous crime in Delhi is down by 12 percent compared to the year 2017.
The parade comprised of contingents of the anti-riot squad, armed police, women police, police commandos, dog squad, mounted police, traffic squad, and women constables on bicycle, mobile cyber lab, PCR squad, Special Weapon and Tactics (SWAT) and Rakshak Vajra. Contingents of Maharashtra Police, Uttar Pradesh police and Haryana police also took part in the parade.