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Dimapur police bids farewell to outgoing CP

Dimapur, October 28: Outgoing Commissioner of Police, Limasunep Jamir, IPS, on Monday said that he is going out with profound and happy memories and he has been able to maintain peace, which is the primary duty of police, in a complex metropolitan city like Dimapur which is vulnerable to small issues exploding to big ones.
In a sendoff programme attended by his colleagues, DC Dimapur, Kevekha Kevin Zehol, and representatives from different civil societies in Dimapur here at CP Office, Dimapur, Jamir said that it was because of the cooperation of the different organizations that the police was able to maintain law and order in Dimapur and added that peace keeping has to be understood in larger dynamics and community orientation is required as the government and police works for the people.
Reflecting on his experience, he said that while he took over, the law and order situation in Dimapur was complex, and as he is leaving, it is a different time, and expressed hope that his successor will be able to continue the duties with the support of the various civil societies.
He also expressed his gratitude towards the various organizations present for their associations throughout his tenure.
DC Dimapur in his speech said that Jamir did his duties superbly and he was always well ahead in solving issues before things could become worse. He also congratulated Jamir on his promotion.
The DC asked the police officers to play their specific roles assigned by God and remember that they are there to ease the people in despair, make them feel secure and people look up at them.
Previously, representatives from Office of the Public Prosecutor, Dimapur, Dimapur Bar Association, Naga Council Dimapur, Naga Women Hoho, Dimapur, Dimapur Urban Council Chairman Federation, Dimapur Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Hindu Samaj, Dimapur and Muslim Council Dimapur also expressed their appreciation for the outgoing Commissioner.
Limasunep Jamir served as the Commissioner of Police in Dimapur for two and a half years and has been promoted to IGP (Range) Kohima.
(Page News Service)