Kashmir’s integration complete, says Amit Shah

Kashmir’s integration complete, says Amit Shah

Hyderabad: Home Minister Amit Shah reviews the 'Dikshant Samaroh' (passing out parade) of IPS probationers at National Police Academy in Hyderabad. (PTI Photo)

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the integration of Jammu and Kashmir with India is complete with the abrogation of article 370, an incomplete mission of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel to merge Jammu and Kashmir with Indian Union completed by PM Narendra Modi.

He said this while addressing 92 Indian Police Service probationers, five from Nepal Police Service and six from Royal Bhutan Police Service. He reviewed a colourful parade at the  Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy here on Saturday.

“Under Sardar Patel’s leadership historic police action made Hyderabad, Telangana, Andhra, parts of Karnataka and Maharashtra part of India. The credit for making this city a part of India goes to police action,” he said.

Stating that 33,000 policemen so far laid down their lives for the nation, Shah said the country faced several challenges to its internal security like terrorism, narcotics, cybercrime and challenges created by the neighbouring countries.

Stating that peace and security are must for developed India and to achieve Narendra Modi’s vision of making India five trillion dollar economy, he said achieving that won’t be possible without internal security and law and order.

'Follow the spirit of Constitution'

Shah advised the IPS probationary officers to follow the spirit of Constitution, when they face difficulty in interpreting it. He told the probationers that their actual job begins from the day they get the parade peels off.

“Sampark, Samvad and Samanvay are the success mantra. I am from a big party and as the president of that party that the mantra works well when you deal with large numbers,” He said. Amit Shah later inaugurated new officers' mess at the NPA.

Delhi boy tops

Gaush Alam, a Mechanical engineering graduate from New Delhi received top honours at the parade. He received PM baton and Home Ministry’s revolver for the best all-round IPS probationer. He also won Manipur cup for Law, Best performance in periodical evaluation, Vice President’s trophy for exemplary conduct, Mehta cup for studies and BSF Trophy.