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DGP sanctions Rs 38.4 lakhs to 64 retired cops

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Jammu: Director General of Police Shri Dilbag Singh sanctioned retire gift of Rs 38.40 Lakh in favour of 64 police personnel of J&K Police who retired from service on superannuation on Thursday.
The gift of rupees Sixty thousand each has been sanctioned out of Contributory Police Welfare Fund on their superannuation or voluntarily retirement.
Order has been issued by PHQ for grant of retirement gift in favour of Six gazetted officers, Thirty Non-gazetted officers and Twenty Eight lower subordinates including 04 followers. The personnel belonged to different units and wings of the department.
Retirement gift of sixty thousand is sanctioned to each police personnel from the contributory police welfare fund at the time of his/her retirement.
The gift serves as a token of appreciation for his/her services rendered to the department.
The DGP also granted scholarship of over Rs. 4.99 lakhs in favour of 63 wards of policemen killed in the state. The scholarships have been granted out of Central Police Education Fund for the academic year 2017-2018.
The wards who have been granted scholarship include 42 students upto higher secondary level, 16 of under graduation classes and 5 students of post graduation/ professional courses.
Besides, scholarship has been sanctioned in favour of two wards of serving police personnel, who have secured above eighty per cent marks in annual examination of graduation and post graduation.
The DGP, J&K, has also sanctioned Special Reward of rupees ten thousand each in favour of nine wards of serving police personnel for qualifying different competitive examination in the year 2018.


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