Ten Police personnel from the North East are awarded the “Union Home Minister’s Medal for Excellence in Investigation”.
The officials from Assam include Shri Bibekanand Das, SSP, Dr Rashmi Rekha Sarmah, DySP, Shri Sukumar Sinha, Insp, Shri Dipankar Gogoi, SI. Shri M. Harsha Vardhan Addl.DCP, from Arunachal Pradesh, Smt. M Priyadarshini Devi W/SI from Manipur, Shri Banraplang Jyrwa, DySP from Meghalaya, Shri V L Chama Ralte, SI from Mizoram, Shri Temsuyangba Ao, UBSI from Nagaland and Smt. Rita Debnath, WSI from Tripura.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has released the list for the “Union Home Minister’s Medal for Excellence in Investigation” award today.
Assam Police Congratulates the recipients
Assam Police took to Twitter to congratulate all the recipients of the award. Assam Police tweeted:
“We extend our heartiest congratulations to Sh Bibekanand Das, SSP, Dr Rashmi Rekha Sarmah, Dy.SP, Sh Sukumar Sinha, Insp & Sh Dipankar Gogoi, SI on being awarded the prestigious Union Home Minister’s Medal for Excellence in Investigation 2021.
They bring us and the State honour!”
Objective to promote high professional standards of investigation
According to the PIB, the “Union Home Minister’s Medal for Excellence in Investigation” for the year 2021 are awarded to 152 Police personnel.
This medal was constituted in 2018, with the target to market high professional standards of investigation of crime and to acknowledge such Excellence in Investigation by investigating officers.
Also read: Arunachal Pradesh: CM Pema Khandu approved the proposal for the ‘Toy Train’ project in Tawang
Recipients belong to 15 different states, 28 Women Police officials
Among the 152 recipients of the award, 15 are from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), 11 belong to the Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra Police forces, 10 from Uttar Pradesh, 9 from Kerala and Rajasthan, 8 from Tamil Nadu, 7 from Bihar, and 6 each from Gujarat, Karnataka, and Delhi.
5 awardees police officers are from Telangana, 4 each from Assam, Haryana, Odisha, and West Bengal while the remaining are from the other states and Union Territories.
The list also includes 28 women Police officials.