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Yes he is in Kerala police , what you won't get anywhere
Request him and he will post pictures if he deems appropriate of such rifles which you dint even known existed .
Due to him ,we got to look at a pristine 1950s orignal soviet AKM .
And it's cartridge
 

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Yes he is in Kerala police , what you won't get anywhere
Request him and he will post pictures if he deems appropriate of such rifles which you dint even known existed .
Due to him ,we got to look at a pristine 1950s orignal soviet AKM .
And it's cartridge
Awesome,

@ALBY glad to have a real life MOD (LEO) here in this forum
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Jammu & Kashmir Police is inviting bids for tender to hire choppers for faster mobility
A tender has been floated by Jammu & Kashmir police to lease 3 lightweight helicopters for a duration of 3 years.

  • J&K Police will rent helicopters for faster mobility during operations
  • Helicopters will be leased for a period for 3 years - Jan 2023 to Jan 2026
  • These helicopters will also help in emergency response plan

Jammu and Kashmir Police have floated a tender to invite bids from registered aviation companies as the department will soon rent helicopters for faster mobility of its forces. The same was confirmed by an official. “Flight operations are required for carrying police officers and central armed paramilitary force (CAPF) officials in all sectors of J-K, as well as for other emergent purposes,” J&K Police said. The tender is floated to hire a minimum of three light helicopters, which will be used to fly in Jammu & Kashmir by the police on a ‘leave and license' basis. These helicopters will be hired for a period of three years.

The J&K Police will lease the choppers from January 16, 2023, to January 16, 2026, officials said. Officials also said the helicopters will be integrated in the 'disaster management plan (DMP)' and 'emergency response plan (ERP)' being prepared by the police.

"All the helicopters at Srinagar and Jammu helipad will be integrated into the ERP," officials said.

The operations will be carried out daily with the least inconvenience to the police subject to fair weather conditions and clear visibility of the range, it said, adding that the company will offer at least two airworthy double engine light helicopters.

The company shall be required to park one operating helicopter at Srinagar -Jammu helipad as per the requirement. The operator should be in a position to put immediately in place an additional stand by helicopter in the event of an emergency, it added.
 

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J&K Police set to hire helicopter services for next 3 years, bid floated
Jammu, Oct 30 (PTI) Jammu and Kashmir Police has invited bids from registered aviation companies for renting helicopters to ensure faster mobility of its force, officials said on Sunday.

Flight operations are required for carrying police officers and central armed paramilitary force (CAPF) officials in all sectors of J-K, as well as for other emergent purpose, they said.

The police floated the tender on Saturday and sought bids from registered aviation companies having a fleet of minimum three airworthy light helicopters for its operations in Jammu and Kashmir on ‘leave and licence’ basis for a period of three years — January 16, 2023 to January 16, 2026, officials said.

Officials said the helicopters will be integrated in the ‘disaster management plan (DMP)’ and ’emergency response plan (ERP)’ being prepared by the police.

“All the helicopters at Srinagar and Jammu helipad will be integrated into the ERP,” officials said.

The operations will be carried out daily with least inconvenience to the police subject to fair weather conditions and clear visibility of the range, it said, adding that company will offer at least two airworthy double engine light helicopters.

The company shall be required to park one operating helicopter at Srinagar -Jammu helipad as per the requirement. The operator should be in a position to put immediately in place an additional stand by helicopter in the event of an emergency, it added. PTI AB AB TDS TDS
 

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Jammu & Kashmir Police is inviting bids for tender to hire choppers for faster mobility
A tender has been floated by Jammu & Kashmir police to lease 3 lightweight helicopters for a duration of 3 years.

  • J&K Police will rent helicopters for faster mobility during operations
  • Helicopters will be leased for a period for 3 years - Jan 2023 to Jan 2026
  • These helicopters will also help in emergency response plan

Jammu and Kashmir Police have floated a tender to invite bids from registered aviation companies as the department will soon rent helicopters for faster mobility of its forces. The same was confirmed by an official. “Flight operations are required for carrying police officers and central armed paramilitary force (CAPF) officials in all sectors of J-K, as well as for other emergent purposes,” J&K Police said. The tender is floated to hire a minimum of three light helicopters, which will be used to fly in Jammu & Kashmir by the police on a ‘leave and license' basis. These helicopters will be hired for a period of three years.

The J&K Police will lease the choppers from January 16, 2023, to January 16, 2026, officials said. Officials also said the helicopters will be integrated in the 'disaster management plan (DMP)' and 'emergency response plan (ERP)' being prepared by the police.

"All the helicopters at Srinagar and Jammu helipad will be integrated into the ERP," officials said.

The operations will be carried out daily with the least inconvenience to the police subject to fair weather conditions and clear visibility of the range, it said, adding that the company will offer at least two airworthy double engine light helicopters.

The company shall be required to park one operating helicopter at Srinagar -Jammu helipad as per the requirement. The operator should be in a position to put immediately in place an additional stand by helicopter in the event of an emergency, it added.
 

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Jammu & Kashmir Police is inviting bids for tender to hire choppers for faster mobility
A tender has been floated by Jammu & Kashmir police to lease 3 lightweight helicopters for a duration of 3 years.

  • J&K Police will rent helicopters for faster mobility during operations
  • Helicopters will be leased for a period for 3 years - Jan 2023 to Jan 2026
  • These helicopters will also help in emergency response plan

Jammu and Kashmir Police have floated a tender to invite bids from registered aviation companies as the department will soon rent helicopters for faster mobility of its forces. The same was confirmed by an official. “Flight operations are required for carrying police officers and central armed paramilitary force (CAPF) officials in all sectors of J-K, as well as for other emergent purposes,” J&K Police said. The tender is floated to hire a minimum of three light helicopters, which will be used to fly in Jammu & Kashmir by the police on a ‘leave and license' basis. These helicopters will be hired for a period of three years.

The J&K Police will lease the choppers from January 16, 2023, to January 16, 2026, officials said. Officials also said the helicopters will be integrated in the 'disaster management plan (DMP)' and 'emergency response plan (ERP)' being prepared by the police.

"All the helicopters at Srinagar and Jammu helipad will be integrated into the ERP," officials said.

The operations will be carried out daily with the least inconvenience to the police subject to fair weather conditions and clear visibility of the range, it said, adding that the company will offer at least two airworthy double engine light helicopters.

The company shall be required to park one operating helicopter at Srinagar -Jammu helipad as per the requirement. The operator should be in a position to put immediately in place an additional stand by helicopter in the event of an emergency, it added.
Jammu & Kashmir Police is inviting bids for tender to hire choppers for faster mobility
A tender has been floated by Jammu & Kashmir police to lease 3 lightweight helicopters for a duration of 3 years.

  • J&K Police will rent helicopters for faster mobility during operations
  • Helicopters will be leased for a period for 3 years - Jan 2023 to Jan 2026
  • These helicopters will also help in emergency response plan

Jammu and Kashmir Police have floated a tender to invite bids from registered aviation companies as the department will soon rent helicopters for faster mobility of its forces. The same was confirmed by an official. “Flight operations are required for carrying police officers and central armed paramilitary force (CAPF) officials in all sectors of J-K, as well as for other emergent purposes,” J&K Police said. The tender is floated to hire a minimum of three light helicopters, which will be used to fly in Jammu & Kashmir by the police on a ‘leave and license' basis. These helicopters will be hired for a period of three years.

The J&K Police will lease the choppers from January 16, 2023, to January 16, 2026, officials said. Officials also said the helicopters will be integrated in the 'disaster management plan (DMP)' and 'emergency response plan (ERP)' being prepared by the police.

"All the helicopters at Srinagar and Jammu helipad will be integrated into the ERP," officials said.

The operations will be carried out daily with the least inconvenience to the police subject to fair weather conditions and clear visibility of the range, it said, adding that the company will offer at least two airworthy double engine light helicopters.

The company shall be required to park one operating helicopter at Srinagar -Jammu helipad as per the requirement. The operator should be in a position to put immediately in place an additional stand by helicopter in the event of an emergency, it added.
J&K Police set to hire helicopter services for next 3 years, bid floated
Jammu, Oct 30 (PTI) Jammu and Kashmir Police has invited bids from registered aviation companies for renting helicopters to ensure faster mobility of its force, officials said on Sunday.

Flight operations are required for carrying police officers and central armed paramilitary force (CAPF) officials in all sectors of J-K, as well as for other emergent purpose, they said.

The police floated the tender on Saturday and sought bids from registered aviation companies having a fleet of minimum three airworthy light helicopters for its operations in Jammu and Kashmir on ‘leave and licence’ basis for a period of three years — January 16, 2023 to January 16, 2026, officials said.

Officials said the helicopters will be integrated in the ‘disaster management plan (DMP)’ and ’emergency response plan (ERP)’ being prepared by the police.

“All the helicopters at Srinagar and Jammu helipad will be integrated into the ERP,” officials said.

The operations will be carried out daily with least inconvenience to the police subject to fair weather conditions and clear visibility of the range, it said, adding that company will offer at least two airworthy double engine light helicopters.

The company shall be required to park one operating helicopter at Srinagar -Jammu helipad as per the requirement. The operator should be in a position to put immediately in place an additional stand by helicopter in the event of an emergency, it added. PTI AB AB TDS TDS
3×3=9?
 

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Uncannily similar to Nagrota incident.



Glad forces nailed them before they could inflict any damage.
Indian Police is well trained when dealing with terrorists. Probably better than others in the world.
 

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