In The Run Up To Republic Day, Delhi Police To Air New Episode Of ‘Kissa Khaki Ka’ That Celebrates Valor Of Its Men and Women
‘KISSA KHAKI KA’, the second episode of one-of-a-kind podcast series by Delhi Police is focussed on Republic Day this time.
The initiative to have a Podcast series is aimed at establishing a communication with the masses by featuring its unheard stories of crimes, investigations, heart and humanity. It is focused on celebrating the extraordinary social and humanitarian services rendered by Delhi Police personnel cutting across all ranks. These stories are narrated by media educator and prison reformer Dr. Vartika Nanda.
The second episode of ‘Kissa Khaki Ka’, to be aired digitally on Sunday, 23rd January, three days before 26th January, will focus on the role of Delhi Police in making the Republic Day celebration successful, year after year.
During the Coronavirus pandemic, despite its own 17,000 men getting infected and 79 laying down their lives while protecting citizens, from the forefront of this health crisis, Delhi Police’s morale is high.
The podcast will have special mention of cops working relentlessly for the safety and security of the city.
According to Shri Rakesh Asthana, Police Commissioner, Delhi, “ The relationship between Police and Citizens is one of constant engagement. When in need, people look up to us for support, help, lending our ears to their problems, stories. Likewise, we also look up to them for suggestions and guidance. Our podcast ‘Kissa Khaki Ka’ takes our relationship to the next level where we share our stories with people with an open heart. It helps grow more mutual trust and bonding, thereby, enabling better policing.The Capital’s police is new- media savvy even as we are available through traditional communications channels. We are ever ready to rise to the new age communications needs.”
— Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) January 23, 2022
The first episode of the podcast was aired on 16th January 2022. It discussed at length a school run by police constable Than Singh for slum children near Lal Qila, New Delhi, as a part of the eye-opening series.
Every week, a short story will be narrated through this podcast story. With ‘Delhi Police Week’ coming in February, the new initiative of podcast promises to bring police and citizens closer and further strengthen their bond .