DGP sanctions about Rs 6.50 lakh welfare relief

DGP sanctions about Rs 6.50 lakh welfare relief
File photo of DGP Dilbag Singh

Srinagar: The Director General of Police, J&K, Dilbag Singh has sanctioned rupees 6.45 lakh as welfare relief so as to ease up their financial distress of the families of martyred/deceased Police personnel/SPOs.

In a statement the police said “Welfare relief of rupees four lakh twenty thousand has been sanctioned in favour of 27 retired/NoKs of deceased Police personnel. The welfare relief sanctioned for different purposes includes self treatment or treatment of dependants, marriage of their wards or to ease up their financial distress ranges from the minimum amount of rupees 10,000 to the maximum of rupees 25,000. The amount has been granted out of Retired Policemen Welfare Fund.”

“Rs 50,000 each as financial assistance has been sanctioned in favour of NoKs of martyr SPOs Manzoor Ahmad Parra and Tariq Ahmad Bhat in connection with marriage ceremonies of their daughters. The amount has been sanctioned out of J&K Police Pariwar Fund. Besides, welfare relief of rupees one lakh twenty five thousand has been sanctioned in favour of NoKs of five martyred Police personnel. The financial assistance sanctioned is to ease up their financial distress and to meet their urgent needs regarding the treatment of legal heirs of martyred personnel,” it further said.

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