Friday, August 7, 2020

DGP sanctions welfare relief/loan over Rs.1.74 crore for 187 police personnel


SRINAGAR, MAY 29: Director General of Police (DGP) Shri Dilbag Singh IPS sanctioned welfare loan of Rs.1,74,20,000/- in favour of 187 personnel of J&K Police. Welfare relief has also been granted in favour of twelve needy personnel. The amount has been sanctioned out of Central Police Welfare Fund.

Among the 187 police personnel, 22 personnel suffering from different ailments have been provided loan and relief of rupees 12.80 lakh for self-treatment. Similarly, eighteen personnel have been provided loan and relief of rupees 16.40 lakh for the treatment of their dependents.

Rupees 91 lakh have been sanctioned to ninety-one personnel to meet the expenses of their marriage. Forty-two personnel have also been provided welfare loan of rupees 41.50 lakh for the marriage of their dependents.

DGP also sanctions rupees one lakh each in favour of eleven police personnel in different ranks to meet the expenses of their wards on technical, professional and higher education.

Welfare loan/relief is sanctioned in favour of J&K Police personnel to meet the expenses of different natures including self-treatment, treatment of dependents, education of wards, self-marriage and marriage of wards, circumcision/yognopavit of the son. The loan sanctioned to the Police personnel is refundable and is recovered in monthly instalments from their salaries.


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