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Odisha DGP Holds Meeting On Security Of Oil marketing companies

Bhubaneswar:16/10/19; The 2nd Onshore Security Co-ordination Committee Meeting with oil marketing companies (OMCs) was held at Police Bhawan in Bhubaneswar under the Chairmanship of Odisha DGP BK Sharma.

In his speech DGP BK Sharma assured all kinds of co-operation and support to the oil companies as and when necessary. “Oil Companies are the backbone of country’s economy. So the security and safety of these companies which are operational in the state is the priority of Odisha Police. The State level security co-ordination committee meeting should be organised at regular intervals to sort out issues relating to their day to day functioning,” he said.

At the outset Mr Subhajit Ghosh, State Head IOCL Odisha Cum Nodal Officer of the co-ordination committee gave the welcome address. Sri B.K. Ravi, IPS, Advisor (Security) IOCL and Convenor of the meeting gave the key note address. Sri R.P. Koche, IPS, Addl. DGP (Law & Order) made an agenda-wise power point presentation in the meeting. Sri Pramod Kumar, Co-convenor of the meeting also spoke on the occasion.

The meeting was attended by dignitaries from Odisha State Police, CRPF and all Oil Manufacturing Companies (OMCs), Gas Authority India Limited (GAIL) and Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC). The meeting concluded with the vote of thanks by Mr. Rajeev Khandelwal DGM (Security), IOCL.

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