Heartfelt thanks and many congratulations to all our soldiers on the occasion of giving the India Police Commission ’63 Years’
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After the Indian Army, the second one Police is who protects us is the only one who protects us from the thieves and the enemies inside, and many Congratulations to the entire Police department on the happy occasion, 63 Years have been Completed.
October 21 commemorates the sacrifices of ten CRPF personnel who lost their lives in the line of duty. On October 21, 1959, ten Indian policemen were killed during an attack by Chinese troops in the Hot Springs region close to Ladakh after an argument between the troops. Since that day, 21 October has been observed as National Police Commemoration Day in honor of the martyrs.
National Police Commemoration Day 2022: History and significance
This incident started on October 20, 1959, when the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) was in charge of patrolling the 2,600-mile border between India and Tibet. Three units of the CRPF’s 3rd Battalion were dispatched on separate patrols to a location known as Hot Springs to keep an eye on the Indo-China border in North Eastern Ladakh. However, one of the three contingents, which consisted of two police constables and a porter, did not return.
On October 21, a new contingent that comprised all available personnel led by DCIO Karam Singh was mobilized to search for the lost troop. As they approached a hillock in Ladakh, the Chinese Army opened fire at the Indian soldiers. Seven Indian police officers were taken as prisoners by the Chinese and ten of them were killed while on duty. It was almost after a month, on November 28, 1959, that the Chinese troops handed the bodies of the martyred police officers to India.
As a result of a resolution made at the Annual Conference of Inspectors General of Police of States and Union Territories in January 1960, October 21 is now recognized as Police Commemoration Day or Martyr’s Day. A parade is held on October 21 at the Police Memorial in Chanakyapuri, Delhi every year since 2012.
National Police Commemoration Day 2022: Fact to know:
On October 15, 2018, the first national police museum in India was inaugurated in Delhi by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. The Intelligence Bureau and the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) are in charge of the museum.
Today, on Police Commemoration Day, I applaud the fortitude of our police forces and their monumental contribution in upholding law and order as well as helping people in challenging situations. I also salute those police personnel martyred in the line of duty.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 21, 2022
👉 The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi remembered all those soldiers with very humble eyes and showered Flowers on them and welcomed them with flowers with his auspicious hands, and in the meantime, the entire Police Department was present there and they also their humble Greeted all those brothers and all the soldiers with eyes and remembered them, meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also lowered his head and remembered all those soldiers wholeheartedly, wherever they are and always remain immortal.
PM @narendramodi applauds the role and contribution of police forces on the #PoliceCommemorationDay.
PM Modi says, the fortitude of police forces and their monumental contribution in upholding law and order as well as helping people in challenging situations is commendable. pic.twitter.com/42AzNQRPnq
— All India Radio News (@airnewsalerts) October 21, 2022
👉 Any young man in our country is one in lakhs and he always walks on the path of his duty, even if he has to give his life, but he never backs down from his duty, he works for his country without any selfishness. Keeps fighting, no matter how young he is for our country, he sacrifices everything, his family, and everything for the betterment of his country without selfishness and then only protects his country, keeping all those Surya Veer Jawans on our side. Many respects to you and Bharat Mata ki Jai Jai Hind ❤