new Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) gave young IPS officers, who completed training at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad, in Hyderabad, many lessons to be learned during the service period. The Prime Minister advised the new police officers to avoid those servicemen, who revolve around the officers as soon as they arrive.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the young police officers taking part in the convocation through video conferencing, saying, “Everywhere, two-four people try to stick to us.” They say – Sir, if you need a car, we will arrange to tell you. Many such servicemen come. Wherever you go, there will definitely be such a group. If you get caught in that affair then it will be very difficult to get out again. Try to understand the new area with your eyes, ears and mind.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also advised the IPS officers to apply filters in the ears and said that if there is to be success in leadership, then do not lock the ears. With this, the essential things will reach there, garbage will not go to mind. Keep the mind temple clean.
Prime Minister Modi said, challenges will start for you as soon as you leave the academy in uniform. People’s perspective will change on your side. How you present yourself will have to be watched very closely. First impression is last impression. The image that will be made of you will always travel with you. It will take a long time to come out of the created image.
While addressing probationary IPS officers online at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy, PM Modi said on Friday that the “humanitarian” side of police in the country has come to the fore during the global epidemic Kovid-19. Replying to the question of a woman probation officer, Prime Minister Modi praised the people of the Union Territory and said that they are ‘lovely’ people.