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Why is Police Commemoration Day celebrated?

By remembering the brave policemen who sacrificed their lives while discharging their duties. We should pay tributes to the martyrs on this national police commemoration day.

For several months, across the country, the police officers have been going the extra mile to help the people to deal with these pandemic situations. In this field of war against this unseen deadly virus, the health care professionals and the policemen have always been the front-line soldiers.

In the year 2020, Modi tweeted “Police commemoration day is about expressing gratitude to our police personnel and their families all across India. We pay tributes to all the police personnel martyred in the line of duty. Their sacrifice and service would always be remembered.”

Our police personnel across the nation always gave their best without hesitation. From preserving law and order to solving the crimes from the management disaster to the fighting and protecting to the pandemic situations, without hesitation, our police personnel always give their best. We should be proud of their diligence and readiness to assist the netizens.

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The day is celebrated on 21st October every year. To motivate and to pay respect to the police personnel who perform their duties with the utmost diligence.

I personally want to state Happy police commemoration day to all the policemen who are dedicated and committed to taking care of us from all the threats. I am extremely thankful for our police force. When they are around us we don’t have to worry about anything.

A warm thanks to all the police officers for always being there as well as to take care of the public. For always putting your comfort last and considering your duty first. A big thanks and warm wishes on this amazing day to all the policemen. You’re the reason, the way the public feels protected for your utmost hard work and commitment.

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