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Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that high-level training teaches to strike a balance between duties and rights. He said that the sensitive behavior of the police towards the common man strengthens the basic spirit of the constitution of ‘right to equality’ and strengthens the faith of the public towards the police.
“The state government is determined to provide accountable, transparent, and sensitive police administration. The police administration is discharging the responsibility of maintaining law and order in the society, curbing crime and providing security to the society with commitment,” Gehlot said while addressing the convocation parade ceremony of the 53rd batch of trainee RPS at Rajasthan Police Academy on Wednesday. He took the salute as chief guest of the trainee police officers and inspected the parade.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also congratulated the new trainees and wished them a bright future.