Nagaland DGP, T John Longkumer and others during “Police Appreciation Sunday” observed on August 25. (Morung Photo)
Kohima | August 25
A ‘Police Appreciation Sunday’ was observed today at Police Union Baptist Church (Phesama) Kohima, in appreciation of the services rendered by Nagaland Police.
It was held in accordance with Nagaland Police Baptist Churches Association’s resolution, to set aside one Sunday of the year specifically for the police personnel.
Speaking on the occasion, Nagaland DGP T. John Longkumer stated that the word, ‘peace keeper’ is powerful and thus, urged the members to be peacekeepers.
Longkumer also urged the gathering to be prayerful and remember God at all times.
He also stated that difficult situations are testing moments and that people with good character face more challenges.
He emphasized on the importance of family and further stated that spending time with family is never a waste.
M.V. Chakhesang, Retired ADGP Nagaland maintained that a soldier is a fulltime soldier and that one ought to be prepared always.
He maintained that in all his decades of service in the Nagaland Police, discipline is very important in the police organization and thus urged the members to cultivate it into their lives.
Earlier, the programme was led by Vesotsü Rhakho, pastor Police Union Baptist Church Phesama.