Police cop Gurjot Kaler gets Shaheed-E-Azam Bhagat Singh State Youth Award | Top Stories


Chandigarh, March 23: Punjab senior police officer Gurjot Singh Kaler on Thursday was awarded with the Shaheed-E-Azam Bhagat Singh State Youth Award at the Hussainiwala Border in Ferozepur district on the occasion of martyrdom day of Shaheed Bhagat Singh.

Gurjot Singh Kaler is currently serving as a senior police officer, under AIG- Excise and Taxation department. On Thursday, Gurjot was awarded with the prestigious award due to his commitment to serve the nation and perform exemplary duties towards society.

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Earlier, Punjab police Gurjot Kaler during the pandemic had performed a daredevil skydive from 15,000 at UKs Nottingham. During the time of Covid, his work was highly appreciated across Punjab, when he started free corona vaccination cabs in the district SAS Nagar (Mohali) for senior citizens. The free cab service started by him used to pick up senior citizens from their homes and upon successful vaccination, the cabs used to drop them back at their residences. In some cases, where the old age persons were not physically fit to travel to hospital, he used to request doctors and nurses to travel to the senior citizens homes.

Punjab cop Gurjot Kaler, also came to the lime light when he hoisted the national flag on August 2022 along with the image of Sardar Bhagat Singh on the top of the world’s highest free standing mountain and African Continent’s highest peak of Mount Kilimanjaro at the height of 5,895 meters above sea level.

He has constantly inspired people with his spirited actions, especially he motivated the masses and the younger generation to shun away from the path of drugs and indulge in physical activities.

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