Centre gets land for setting up national marine police academy in GujaratJune 07, 2018
Dwarka: Ministry of Home, Government of India has taken possession of 250 acre government land at Mojap, 10 km away from pilgrim town Dwarka in Gujarat for setting up a national level marine police training centre.
Proposed marine police training centre will be first of its kind in all over the country. The state government has allotted land for this project for free to central government.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced Marine police training institute at Dwarka on 7th September last year in his public meeting at Dwarka.
Jasbir Singh, commandant of Border Security Force(BSF) along with assistant commandant Punit Tomar, Vijaykant, sub inspector Vinod Kumar took possession of the land from district collector Dodiya.
The land was belonging to Revenue department of Gujarat government.
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