Meghalaya DGP Successfully Completes Five Parajumps at Hindan Airbase

Guwahati: Meghalaya DGP Lajja Ram Bishnoi became the first DGP rank officer of India to successfully accomplish five parajumps from a height of 5000 feet at Hindan Airbase, which was a moment of pride for the whole Northeast.

Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma took to Twitter to congratulate the senior police officer and wrote, “Many congratulation to @lrbishnoiips,DGP @MeghalayaPolice on successful completion of five Parajumps from 5000 feet heights at Hindan airbase. First DGP rank officer of India to do it. Wishing him more success and valour!”

Applauding the rare and high adrenaline feat completed by DGP Bishnoi, Assam DGP GP Singh took to Twitter and wrote, “Compliments to @lrbishnoiips my friend, my brother, my squad mate from @svpnpahyd. We always knew you were courageous and guiding light to police fraternity. God bless you”. 

One of the biggest and largest air bases in Asia is the Hindan Airbase which is a base of the Indian Air Force under the Western Air Command (WAC).

The airfield is situated in the National Capital Area on the outskirts of Delhi in the state of Uttar Pradesh near Loni Ghaziabad and the Hindon River.

The Director General of Police for Meghalaya is Lajja Ram Bishnoi, an IPS officer from the 1991 graduating class from the Assam-Meghalaya cadre.

Bishnoi served as the Special Director General of the Assam Police (Training and Armed Police). Bishnoi would take over the charge from Idashisha Nongrang who is currently the officiating DGP of Meghalaya.

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