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21st Century Would Be Of Asia With India Leading: Shri Meghwal.

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New Delhi, Delhi, 4th of July, 2024 : The Central Bureau of Investigation today organised an Investiture Ceremony at CBI Academy, Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh). On this occasion, Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge), Ministry of Law & Justice and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs presented the President’s Police Medal (PPM) for Distinguished Service and Indian Police Medal (IPM) for Meritorious Service to 39 CBI officers/officials. Congratulating the medal winners and their families Shri Meghwal said that it is a proud moment for all of us to have recognized their service rendered to the nation. He added that this also acts as a source of inspiration for all service officials to excel in their job. Appreciating CBI in its role, he observed that not only CBI’s importance is being recognized in the society but also its investigation is the best, which is reflected in high conviction rate in cases investigated by CBI. Shri Meghwal emphasised CBI is rightly regarded as the best investigating agency which is reflected in demand for CBI probe every now and then in complex and sensitive cases by various stakeholders.

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Delving on the new Criminal Laws which has been implemented with effect from 1st July, 2024, Shri Meghwal asserted that these laws will bring in ease of living in a big way for citizenry. These laws will expedite delivery of justice and save crucial time of all the stakeholders spent during litigation. The Minister stressed that this will prove highly productive for the nation as the energies would be channelised towards the process of development of the society and eventually lead to higher progress. Referring to India recently galloping to fifth largest economy in the world from the 11th position few years ago, he underlined that reforms/improvements in judicial process will also contribute to the endeavour and goal of taking India to 3rd position in the coming few years.

Shri Meghwal underscored the significance of India’s progress as envisioned by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi that India would play pivotal role in the 21st century on a global scale.Tracing the 19th century with regards to progress as that of Europe, led by England; 20th century that of America led by United States of America (USA), he expressed confidence that 21st century would be of Asia led by India. Reminiscing Swami Vivekananda’s forecast, he said that India is set for the landmark by its varied parameters inter alia democratic setup of the society, progressive growth in the sphere of economy and technology, family value system and family setup, India’s helpful gestures in world arena and roles taken up on international platforms,  growing role of citizenry, environmental initiatives, strategic lead in the sphere of Yoga, Ayurveda, Space etc. have placed India in a leadership position world over.

In his welcome address, Shri Praveen Sood, Director, CBI complimented the medal recipients and stated that they have achieved the laurels due to their professional hard work, resilience and fortitude which have earned CBI great esteem. He further congratulated the recipient’s family members. On this occasion, Shri Sood emphasised that CBI and Law Ministry are working in synergetic and collaborative environment to prioritise more efficient prosecution along with investigation. Director CBI stressed that CBI’s role has been evolving with the passage of time, from handling primarily anti-corruption cases in the beginning to special/ economic crimes, cybercrimes, bank frauds, etc. Shri Praveen Sood also said that CBI is working with Ministry of Law & Justice with regards to successful implementation of three new Criminal Laws informing that CBI has started implementing these laws. He offered that CBI is geared to handhold States and other stakeholders in helping them in implementation of these laws.

Following are the officers/official who were presented President’s Police Medal (PPM) for Distinguished Service:

  1. Sh. Viplav Kumar Choudhary, IPS, Joint Director, SCZ, CBI, New Delhi (now Joint Director, Delhi Zone, CBI);
  2. Sh. Sharad Agarwal, IPS, Joint Director, STZ, CBI, New Delhi (now Special Commissioner, Delhi Police);
  3. Sh. Virender Mohan Mittal, SP, ACB, CBI, New Delhi;
  4. Sh. Satya Narayan Jat Addl. SP, ACB, CBI, Jaipur (now HoB, ACB, Raipur);
  5. Sh. Maharshi Ray Hajong, ASP, CBI, BSFB, Kolkata;
  6. Sh. Thanglian Mang M, Addl. SP, SC-I, CBI, New Delhi (now ASP, CBI, ACB, Agartala);
  7. Sh. Nilambur Narayanan Srikrishnan, DSP, CBI, SU, Chennai;
  8. Sh. Rajeshwar Singh Rana, SI, CBI, IPCU, New Delhi; (now Inspector, CBI, Jabalpur);
  9. Smt. Geeta Paul, SI, CBI, EOB, Kolkata (now Inspr., EOB, Kolkata);
  10. Sh. Goutam Chandra Das Head Constable, ACB, CBI, Bhubaneswar (now retired)

Following are the officers/officials who were presented Indian Police Medal (IPM) for Meritorious Service:

  1. Sh. Pravin Mandloi, Supdt. of Police, CBI, SU, New Delhi;
  2. Sh. Rajbir Singh, ASP, CBI, ACB, Imphal (now SP, CBI, SC.III, New Delhi);
  3. Sh. Raj Mohan Chand, Sr. Public Prosecutor, CBI, AC-VI/SIT, New Delhi (now DLA, Delhi Zone);
  4. Sh. Suresh Kumar, Sr. PP, CBI, SCB, Chandigarh;
  5. Sh. Darvin K J, Dy. SP, CBI, EOB, Chennai (now ASP, CBI, ACB, Chennai);
  6. Sh. Javed Akhtar Ali, Dy. SP, CBI, ACB, Ghaziabad (now ASP, CBI Academy, Ghaziabad);
  7. Sh. Kumar Abhishek, Dy. SP, CBI, SU, New Delhi (now ASP, CBI, SU, New Delhi);
  8. Sh. Manoj Kumar, Dy. SP, CBI, Policy Division, New Delhi (now ASP, CBI, Policy Division);
  9. Sh. Jagrup Singh, Dy. SP, CBI, ACB, Chennai (now retired);
  10. Sh. Girish Soni, Dy. SP, CBI, ACB, Pune;
  11. Sh. Jagadev Singh Yadav, Dy. SP, CBI, ACB, Jaipur (now DSP, ACB, Guwahati);
  12. Sh. Mukesh Kumar, Dy. SP, CBI Academy, Ghaziabad (now DSP, AC.III, New Delhi);
  13. Sh. Ajai Kumar Mishra, DSP, CBI, ACB, Ghaziabad;
  14. Sh. T. Santosh Kumar, DSP, CBI, ACB, Chennai;
  15. Sh. Anil Bisht, DSP, CBI, Vigilance Cell, New Delhi;
  16. Sh. Munna Kumar Singh, Inspector of Police, CBI, BSFB, New Delhi (now DSP, CBI, BSFB, Delhi);
  17. Sh. Tejvir Singh, Inspector of Police, CBI Academy, Ghaziabad;
  18. Sh. Rakesh Kumar Sharma, ASI, CBI, SU, New Delhi;
  19. Sh. Kishore Kumar, ASI, CBI, EO-II, New Delhi;
  20. Sh. Kishan Chand, ASI, CBI, AC-VI/SIT, New Delhi (now ASI, CBI, AC-III, New Delhi);
  21. Sh. Jagdish Choudhary, Head Constable, CBI, SCB, Patna (now retired);
  22.  Sh. Jahar Lal Nayek, Head Constable, CBI, ACB, Kolkata, (now ASI, CBI, SCB, Kolkata);
  23. Sh. Echikkamandanath Varghese Paulose, Head Constable, CBI, ACB, Bangalore;
  24. Debdutta Mukherjee, Head Constable, CBI, SCB, Kolkata (now retired);
  25.  Sh. Hardev Singh, HC, CBI, BSFB, New Delhi (now ASI, CBI, AC.III, New Delhi);
  26. Sh. Chandra Shekhar Joshi, Const., CBI, HO, New Delhi;
  27. Sh. Satish Kumar, Constable, CBI, ACB, Chandigarh;
  28. Sh. Anup Mathews, Office Supdt., CBI, AC-I, New Delhi and
  29. Smt. Narayanan Meenakshi, SG-I, CBI, Chennai Zone, Chennai (now PS, CBI, ACB, Chennai)

Dr. Rajiv Mani, Secretary, Department of Legal Affairs, Ministry of Law and Justice also graced the occasion along with senior officials of Ministry of Law & Justice, CBI and other Departments/ Local Administration.  Around 90 family members of medal winners were also present.

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