new Delhi: Indian Navy's Commodore Jyotin Raina has been awarded the Navy Medal (Bravery). He had ensured that the Western fleet might full its operational operations inside a really quick timeframe after the Pulwama assault in February final yr. The Navy gave this info on Sunday. Raina is at present the Fleet Operations Officer of the Western Fleet of the Navy.
"After the Pulwama attacks, the officer personally led by excellence, promptness, high standards to ensure that all operational operations from the Western Fleet could be completed within the time frame," the Navy stated in an announcement. <! –
According to the assertion, the officer ensured that his ships return safely regardless of the presence of enemy submarines close to the port.
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On the opposite hand, 31 Delhi Police personnel have been awarded Police Medals for his or her providers. On the eve of Republic Day, 12 Policemen had been awarded Police Medals for gallantry, two Presidential Police Medals for distinguished service and 17 Police Medals for Meritorious Service on the eve of Republic Day.
Among the gallantry medals, Deputy Commissioner of Police Omvir Singh, DCP (Special Cell) Pramod Singh Kushwaha, Assistant Commissioner of Police Hemant Tiwari, Inspector Manish Joshi, Inspector Puran Chandra Yadav, Inspector Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, Inspector Umesh Barthwal and Inspector Sunil Kumar, Inspector Amul Tyagi , Sub-Inspector Yashpal Singh, Sub-Inspector Mukesh Singh and Assistant Sub-Inspector Gulab Singh.