Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal announced to enhance the ex-gratia grant being given to family members of police personnel who die in the line of duty from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 30 lakh.

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Chandigarh, May 20
Chandigarh, May 20– Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today announced to enhance the ex-gratia grant being given to family members of police personnel who die in the line of duty from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 30 lakh. Out of this, Rs 20 lakh would be given to the dependent of the deceased and Rs five lakh each to the parents. In case both father mother not alive, the grant money would be given to the dependent. Apart from this, financial assistance of Rs15 lakh would be given to terminally injured police personnel, Rs 10 lakh to severely injured and Rs five lakh would be given for minor injuries.
The Chief Minister was speaking at the Haryana’s biggest ever passing out parade to induct 4225 constables of 84th batch of Recruit Basic Course in the police force after 10 months intensive training at Madhuban in Karnal.
He also announced to enhance the ex-gratia grant being given to family members of police personnel who die in the line of duty from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 30 lakh. Out of this, Rs20 lakh would be given to the dependent of the deceased and Rs five lakh each to the parents. In case both father mother not alive, the grant money would be given to the dependent. Apart from this, financial assistance of Rs15 lakh would be given to terminally injured police personnel, Rs 10 lakh to severely injured and Rs five lakh would be given for minor injuries.
He announced to set up six traffic police stations in the state jurisdiction on Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) and Kundli-Gaziabad-Palwal (KGP) highways, one each in district of Sonipat, Jhajjar, Gurugram, Mewat, Palwal and Faridabad to regulate traffic on the expressway.
Describing the pass out batch as the most educated, the Chief Minister said that more than 50 per cent recruits have higher qualification. He said that NOC is not required for the purpose of career promotion such as applying elsewhere for higher post. The police personnel would have only to inform the department. This would also enable others having higher qualification to opt the police force in future. A provision for higher studies would also be made in police for those who wish to continue studies after XII.
Giving mantra of four ‘N’ of Naitikta, Nayaya, Nidarta and Nipunta, the Chief Minister urged the pass out to diligently discharge their duty toward maintaining law and order at the place of postings in the state to further improve the image of State Police force. He also congratulates the family members of pass out for sending their wards in service of society and the nation. He also announced four day holiday for pass out recruits.
Speaking on this occasion, Director General of Police, Mr B.S. Sandhu said that out of 4225 pass out, most of the recruits are postgraduate and graduate in different stream including Science, engineering, commerce, political science, computer, LLB and teaching. Their services would be taken in the Police Mitra Kaksh as well as Haryana 100 project which is being set up in Panchkula. He said that more than 2.5 lakh recruits have been trained so far in the academy.h. Out of this, Rs 20 lakh would be given to the dependent of the deceased and Rs five lakh each to the parents. In case both father mother not alive, the grant money would be given to the dependent. Apart from this, financial assistance of Rs15 lakh would be given to terminally injured police personnel, Rs 10 lakh to severely injured and Rs five lakh would be given for minor injuries.
The Chief Minister was speaking at the Haryana’s biggest ever passing out parade to induct 4225 constables of 84th batch of Recruit Basic Course in the police force after 10 months intensive training at Madhuban in Karnal.
He also announced to enhance the ex-gratia grant being given to family members of police personnel who die in the line of duty from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 30 lakh. Out of this, Rs20 lakh would be given to the dependent of the deceased and Rs five lakh each to the parents. In case both father mother not alive, the grant money would be given to the dependent. Apart from this, financial assistance of Rs15 lakh would be given to terminally injured police personnel, Rs 10 lakh to severely injured and Rs five lakh would be given for minor injuries.
He announced to set up six traffic police stations in the state jurisdiction on Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) and Kundli-Gaziabad-Palwal (KGP) highways, one each in district of Sonipat, Jhajjar, Gurugram, Mewat, Palwal and Faridabad to regulate traffic on the expressway.
Describing the pass out batch as the most educated, the Chief Minister said that more than 50 per cent recruits have higher qualification. He said that NOC is not required for the purpose of career promotion such as applying elsewhere for higher post. The police personnel would have only to inform the department. This would also enable others having higher qualification to opt the police force in future. A provision for higher studies would also be made in police for those who wish to continue studies after XII.
Giving mantra of four ‘N’ of Naitikta, Nayaya, Nidarta and Nipunta, the Chief Minister urged the pass out to diligently discharge their duty toward maintaining law and order at the place of postings in the state to further improve the image of State Police force. He also congratulates the family members of pass out for sending their wards in service of society and the nation. He also announced four day holiday for pass out recruits.
Speaking on this occasion, Director General of Police, Mr B.S. Sandhu said that out of 4225 pass out, most of the recruits are postgraduate and graduate in different stream including Science, engineering, commerce, political science, computer, LLB and teaching. Their services would be taken in the Police Mitra Kaksh as well as Haryana 100 project which is being set up in Panchkula. He said that more than 2.5 lakh recruits have been trained so far in the academy.