Udaipur won the title of General Champions at the 37 th
Inter District Police Range Sports Tournament which concluded today at Police Lines. The competition was concluded today with the prize distribution ceremony. K.K Sharma ADGP, Jaipur was present as the Chief Guest and was accompanied by other top level officers of police department of Udaipur, including IG T.C Damor, SP Hariprasad Sharma, ADSP Tej Raj Singh, Dy Sp Dayanand Saran and ADSP for ACB Rajendra Prasad Goyal along with SHO’s of all Police Stations. Rajsamand Team was declared the winners in the Wrestling Competition while team Banswara was declared the first runner-up in the overall tournament. Udaipur’s Bhupendra Vyas, an International Power Lifter, won the first prize in the power lifting competition.
Teams from Udaipur, Banswara, Chittorgarh, Dungarpur, Rajsamand, Bhilwara and Police Training Centre Kherwada had participated in the tournament with a total of 512 participants taking part in this annual sporting event.
S.P Hariprasad Sharma announced the results of the tournament at the end while the prizes were distributed to the winning teams by T.C Damor. Team Udaipur had given a commendable performance by getting the top position in many sports including Football, Volley ball and Judo. K.K Sharma, ADGP, Jaipur introduced a new scheme of CUG (Common User Group) in his speech, in which 35000 policemen, from Constable level to Inspector level, can talk to each other free of cost along with 500 SMS and 500 minutes per month. They can also apply for a SIM Card under CUG for their family members against a payment of Rs 550 per year. He also added that along with this, they will provide new uniforms along with P.T Shoes. On the issue of non-availability of residential quarters, the ADGP informed the media that recently, 10000 residential quarters were constructed by the Police Housing Committee for both the Lower and Upper level Subordinates, out of which 7500 were already taken in possession while the remaining will be allotted soon. “We have also started a Help Line service for the police department where they can share their problems and grievances,” said the officer.