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BY VISHAL GULATI Chandigarh, March 14 : He’s a young Punjab Police officer with a literary mind.
He’s penning poems, songs and books to create social awakening, besides equipping people with the skills to become the cyber defenders.
He is 31-year-old Gurjot Kaler, Superintendent of Police (Traffic and Cyber Crime), posted in Mohali near here.
After the success of music tracks ‘My Hero Farmer’ and ‘Dil Se Salaam’, Kaler on this International Women’s Day, March 8, released two social poems, ‘Kahan gaya woh desh mera’ and ‘Betiyan’, written by his mother Param Preet Ghuman.
“Of all things, policing is a profession. My other works — whether it’s music or sports or literary works — all that is passion. So mixing profession with passion is not very difficult, if one manages time very efficiently,” Kaler told IANS on Sunday.
“I do policing in the daytime and when I come back home and take out one or two hours and try to do some of my own stuff, which I like and which makes me feel good. So that is how the journey has been. I think that is not very difficult to mix literary work with policing,” an optimistic cop said.


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