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President congratulates RPF recruits for choosing to serve nation

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President on Wednesday congratulated a group of probationers of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) for qualifying in their service exam and "committing themselves to public service".

The President expressed his satisfaction that after having acquired high qualifications from prestigious institutions, the probationers had decided to serve the people of India, a statement from his office read.

"Railway Protection Force is not only very challenging but will also offer them immense opportunities to develop innovative means for safety and security of passengers in the mammoth apparatus of Railways," said Mukherjee.

He reminded the railway officers that while protecting man and material in the course of their duty, they are not just performing a public service but also "uniting and binding different parts of a diverse nation".

"Railways can be termed as the lifeline of the economy. The transportation of goods, services and passengers from one place to another is not merely in physical terms but also links the people of the country together," he concluded.

-- IANS

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President congratulates RPF recruits for choosing to serve nation

President Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday congratulated a group of probationers of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) for qualifying in their service exam and "committing themselves to public service".

President on Wednesday congratulated a group of probationers of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) for qualifying in their service exam and "committing themselves to public service".

The President expressed his satisfaction that after having acquired high qualifications from prestigious institutions, the probationers had decided to serve the people of India, a statement from his office read.

"Railway Protection Force is not only very challenging but will also offer them immense opportunities to develop innovative means for safety and security of passengers in the mammoth apparatus of Railways," said Mukherjee.

He reminded the railway officers that while protecting man and material in the course of their duty, they are not just performing a public service but also "uniting and binding different parts of a diverse nation".

"Railways can be termed as the lifeline of the economy. The transportation of goods, services and passengers from one place to another is not merely in physical terms but also links the people of the country together," he concluded.

-- IANS

vn/vgu/vt

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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President congratulates RPF recruits for choosing to serve nation

President on Wednesday congratulated a group of probationers of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) for qualifying in their service exam and "committing themselves to public service".

The President expressed his satisfaction that after having acquired high qualifications from prestigious institutions, the probationers had decided to serve the people of India, a statement from his office read.

"Railway Protection Force is not only very challenging but will also offer them immense opportunities to develop innovative means for safety and security of passengers in the mammoth apparatus of Railways," said Mukherjee.

He reminded the railway officers that while protecting man and material in the course of their duty, they are not just performing a public service but also "uniting and binding different parts of a diverse nation".

"Railways can be termed as the lifeline of the economy. The transportation of goods, services and passengers from one place to another is not merely in physical terms but also links the people of the country together," he concluded.

-- IANS

vn/vgu/vt

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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