Special cover released on All India Police Duty Meet

By-Anurag Vajpeyi

Governor of Rajasthan Shivraj Patil released a special cover at Jaipur on 7th Feb.2011 on the occasion of 54th All India Police Duty Meet.This special cover has released with a presentation folder contains one special cove and one MS of National Police Academy (price 100 Rs.).\"\"


Police Duty meet would enable police officers to exchange ideas and strategies and benefit from each other\’s experiences.Special sessions on anti-sabotage check, scientific investigation, police photography, computer awareness and videography would be held during the meet, in addition to a competition of dog squads.Director-General of Police Harish Chandra Meena said the national event would be a milestone for the State Police and would lead to better management of manpower and resources.About 2000 participants from 27 states and central police forces are participating in various events in meet.

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3 Responses to Special cover released on All India Police Duty Meet

  1. dr. Pradeep Jain says:

    Again a beautiful presentation pack and collectable item after QBC by Raj. circle.India post authorities should learn from these items because whatever material or subject is choosen it should show certain level.These things are mirror of our culture and creativity.

  2. Kamran Ahmad says:

    Nice to see , beautiful special cover released,pricing is much higher for presentation pack which just contain 25 Rs stamps sheet and a cover only. 100 Rs for only this, that is costly.Very unfortunate They have charged previously for a Presentation pack having a special cover on commonwealth games for 150 Rs.They are doing nice work but for a common stamp collector rates are very high.
    Unfortunately i opened my PD account on 1 Oct 2010 in Jaipur bureau,still waiting for first delivery.

  3. anil kr pujara says:

    I agree with Dr Jain. But I would like to add that India Post or Rajasthan Circle should give brief about the event also so that collector can have idea about the event also as is normally done by foreign countries.

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