Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar will inaugurate two-day ‘6th All- India Police Housing Conference’ being organised by Haryana Police Housing Corporation (HPHC) in association with Bureau of Police Research and Development in Panchkula on Thursday.

While stating this on Wednesday, the HPHC managing director AK Dhul said that all heads of state police housing corporations, technical heads and other experts from across the country would participate in the conference.

Additional chief secretary, home, SS Prasad, HPHC chairman Parminder Rai and Director General of Police, BS Sandhu would also grace the occasion.

He said that chief secretary, DS Dhesi would be chief guest at the valedictory session of the conference on 14 September.

Giving details about the conference, Dhul said that all the delegates would deliberate upon technical sessions of ‘Maintenance and Repair of Police Infrastructure’ and ‘Uniformity in Construction Norms and Infrastructure’ on the first day of Conference.

Similarly, they would exchange views, share experiences and develop mutual understanding on the topic of ‘Architecture Planning’ and ‘PreFab Construction and new techniques’ on second day.

In addition, an open session to finalise the Conference recommendation will also be organised. Dhul said that the motive of the conference is to bring all Heads of State Police Housing Corporations and technical experts on a single platform where ideas and plans relating to modern low cost high quality infrastructure for creating a better living and working conditions to the members of police forces can be exchanged.