Jagdeep Singh Singh is remembered today as one of the most famous policemen in India.
He was an important member of the police force and was also a poet.
Singh was killed by a hit and run driver in Delhi’s New Delhi in 2005.
His widow, Sangeeta, is the first widow to be honoured by the police for her husband’s service.
Singhan Singh, now 74, was born on August 6, 1923, in Kolkata.
He was the son of a farmer and a labourer.
Singhe attended the Class XI class of the Central Police College.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).
He was an officer in the Rajiv Gandhi police station and worked for five years as a trainee constable.
In the 1930s, he joined the police as a constable and was assigned to the station of New Delhi.
He took charge of the station in 1941, in the middle of World War II.
His role in the fighting against fascism in the country was critical and he was killed in the first days of fighting in the city.
The police have yet to pay tribute to Singhan Singh.
Singham Singh was the first Indian to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
The award was given to him in 1953.
He later received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
He also received the Order of the Bharat Ratna in 1968 and the Bharatiya Janata Party’s National Award for Courage.