Delhi Police Commissioner, SN Shrivastava on Friday, encouraged the youth to give their best in their future life and also asked that they should continue to keep going on the path they have chosen and advised that they should never look back at the mistakes they had done in the past.
Delhi Police chief was speaking at a function organized by Shahdara district police about “Saksham” a scheme meant for bringing juveniles into the mainstream.
“Juveniles and youth who have been reformed after the persistent efforts of Delhi Police, participated in the programme. Associate partners including “Braham Kumari” and 'AashayeinEkUmeed' and business community representatives also participated in the program,” said Amit Sharma, the DCP, Shahdara district.
The CP along with other senior police officers distributed certificates to 11 CCLs/YUVA who have been reformed through this motivational and reformatory programme.
“One participant of MS Park area thanked Delhi police initiative and said that how his life has changed and he is gaining recognition in the society through the initiative taken by Shahdara District Police,” said the DCP.
The CP during the event stressed that the main motto of Delhi Police is that the society should be crime free and the general public should really feel that they are safe and secure.
He also stressed upon the dedication of Delhi Police and other business communities to engage with CCLs/Youthin a constructive manner at all levels. He desired to continue this initiative with full vigour.
CP Delhi also motivated the participants by quoting the examples of Constable Than Singh posted in North District who is taking keen interest to engage the children of weaker society in constructive activities.
He also cited the example of HC Seema Dhaka, who reunited 76 missing children with their families within 75 days in which 15 children below the age of 14 years and 16 children below the age of 08 years were reunited. She has been given out of turn promotion for this initiative.