SECUNDERABAD: Railway Protection Force (RPF) celebrated its 34th Raising Day at a colorful function organized at RPF Training Centre, Moula-Ali, Hyderabad today i.e., (21st September 2018). The Raising Day is celebrated to commemorate the conferring of Armed Force status on Railway Protection Force on par with the other Paramilitary forces of the Union of India on 20th September, 1985.
Sri Sanjay Sankrityayan, in his address congratulated the Lady Constables who participated in the parade and also praised the courage, determination and commitment displayed by them. He further exhorted them to take lead and prove themselves in every field of work and to be more courteous and polite while dealing with the passengers.
Sri A.N.Sinha, Director, RPF Training Centre, Moula-Ali welcomed all the dignitaries and guests on the occasion of the Raising Day Celebrations. In his address he briefed about the evolution of Railway Protection Force since its inception to its present days status, also emphasized on the changing role of RPF in the present security scenario and about the role being played by RPF Training Centre towards imparting qualitative training to the staff in this aspect.
06 Platoons consisting of 126 Lady Constables of RPF took part in the 34th Raising Day parade conducted at Railway Protection Force Training Centre, Moula-Ali which was the main attraction of the parade. In spite of the inclement weather these Lady Constables have shown their grit and determination and put up an impressive march past in front of Sri Sanjay Sankrityayan, Principal Chief Security Commissioner, RPF, South Central Railway graced as the Chief Guest of the function. Shri G.M.Eswara Rao, Chief Security Commissioner, and other RPF Officers both serving and retired, Trainees and RPF family members were also present.