People of Ladakh celebrated the first anniversary a week ago, for getting the status of union territory last year on the fifth of August.
Lt. Governor Mr. R.K Mathur expressed his perception about the people of UT Ladakh. Mr. Mathur said that people of Ladakh have the required potential to prosper in all spheres of life. He mentioned, that people of Ladakh are disciplined and hardworking. And the people of Ladakh deserve a greater life. The administration of Union territory of Ladakh is focussing on all points that might deliver the opportunities and fulfill the expectations of all the individuals of UT Ladakh.
Lt. Governor R K Mathur unveiled and devoted to the individuals of UT Ladakh the flag, formation sign, and epaulets of the Ladakh Police.
Laden within the conventional police colors of blue and red, the police of UT Ladakh’s new flag has a floral cowl of juniper leaves that are thought of auspicious in each Leh and Kargil districts. This has been accomplished to make the flag show the area’s cultural distinctiveness. The flag additionally has the nationwide emblem and inscription of Satyameva Jayte on it.
The Ladakh Police spokesperson shared that the background which is red in color on the police’s formation signal signified sacrifice, whereas the leopard in white signified the endurance and power despite arduous terrain and harsh situation, conserving the native ecosystem.
The epaulets with the badge of the police and different equipment have pointed out of the police’s slogan “Service and Braveness.”
Also, earlier The IGP of UT Ladakh, Mr. Satish Khandare launched Ladakh Traffic Police Compound and Court docket Challan Books in a perform held at Police Headquarters in Aglingh in UT Ladakh.
Inspector-General of Police, Satish Khandare briefed the media individuals in regards to the Traffic system in Ladakh and knowledgeable concerning the launch of the latest traffic Police Compound and Court docket Challan books of Ladakh Police. He directed the Traffic Police Ladakh to make sure individuals pleasant Traffic Policing in management and regulation of easy traffic system within the district of Leh and Kargil, preserving in thoughts the Ladakh being a well-known vacationer vacation spot and an enormous variety of vacationers are visiting the place yearly and to instill a sense of confidence among the many commuters for self-discipline driving and parking of automobiles to keep away from improper parking within the two districts of UT Ladakh.
UT Ladakh has also framed the policy on transfer and posting of staff stored at its disposal and delegated the powers for District, Divisional, and UT cadre posts. Furthermore, a calendar for the transfers has been mounted in order to make sure the easy functioning of all of the departments and all of the officers have been cautioned in opposition to bringing any political or outdoors affect for getting the choicest postings.
Earlier, the posting of officers and their transfer in Ladakh was ruled by the Transfer Policies issued by Jammu and Kashmir. This policy has not prescribed the phrases and situations together with these associated with transfers and postings of the staff deemed to be transferred to the LAHDCs of Leh and Kargil.
Now, in the exercise of powers vested underneath Sections 51 and 40 of the LAHDC Act, 1997 and amended Act of 2018 and in supersession of all earlier orders and directions, the UT Ladakh has framed first-ever Transfer Policy.
Within the Transfer Policy, all of the authorities vested with powers to order postings and their transfers have been requested to keep up the database digitally of the staff for efficient implementation of transfer policies.
IGP of UT Ladakh, Mr. Satish Khandare mentioned after the creation of Ladakh Police, a full-fledged police headquarters has begun operating and is striving arduous to attain the milestones.
“Creation of latest impartial police wings, infrastructural growth course of in tandem with the native situations, transfer of UT Ladakh police staff to Ladakh, and welfare and coaching actions have been some nice achievements of the UT Ladakh Police,” the Inspector General of Police mentioned.
IGP also mentioned that the upcoming CCTV undertaking would give a sense of security to the locals. The police won’t leave any stone unturned to make it extra pleasant, technically sound and professionally effectively geared up to serve the folks in different varieties and conditions.
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