Kashmir cop scales EverestMay 23rd, 2008 - 1:17 am ICT by admin
Srinagar May 22 (ANI): The Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police, Kuldeep Khoda, today congratulated Constable Ram Singh of Jammu and Kashmir Police for scaling Mount Everest and unfurling the flag of the Jammu and Kashmir Police on its peak.
Greeting team members of the Indian Mount Everest North Col. Expedition and Constable Ram Singh, Khoda said the achievement was a dream come true for the Jammu and Kashmir Police.
He said it is a moment of honour and pride not only for Jammu and Kashmir Police but for the whole state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Khoda said after conquering the Nun Peak in 2007, the Jammu and Kashmir Police had today created history by conquering the world’s highest peak Mount Everest.
He said Constables Ram Singh and Sajjad Haider of Jammu and Kashmir Police were put on intensive training along with a group of police personnel under the aegis of Ministry of Home Affairs.
The expedition was flagged off by Khoda on March 19 this year. (ANI)
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