Jammu, Jan 19 (ANI): In order to improve police-public relations, Jammu and Kashmir Police have arranged free coaching/tuition for the poor and migrant children inside a Police station building in Talwara.
The officer proposed to impart tuitions to these children, without hampering the functionality of the police station.
They also arranged coaching facilities with a view in grooming them to become respectable citizens of tomorrow.
Abdul Rashid, Deputy Superintendent of Police of Jammu, said poor families could not afford to provide tuition to their children."We are focusing on police and public relations and our main effort is to reach out to the people of poor sections of the society. Talwara is a migrant colony as all the people living here have been victims of militancy. The condition of their children was very poor as they could not afford to go to school.
Keeping this the police took an initiative of teaching these poor children," said Rashid.
People of the area have hailed this initiative and lauded the role of Police Department.
"We are migrants and don't have enough money to afford tuitions, so the police told us to send our children here (police station) after school. They told us, 'We will teach your kids, we'll get them a good job and will make them learn things," said Lal Maan. (ANI)