J&K DGP sanctions Rs 1.12 cr welfare loan for police personnel
The loan will be recovered in installments from the personnel’s salary without any interest
The Director-General of Police, J&K, Dilbag Singh on Tuesday sanctioned welfare loan/relief of about Rs 1.12 crore in favour of 106 Police personnel to provide assistance to personnel to meet expenses on health, education of wards, marriage.
In a statement issued here, the DGP has sanctioned the financial assistance out of Contributory Central Police Welfare Fund.
The statement read that the welfare loan that ranges from Rs 50,000 to Rs three lakh has been sanctioned in favour of 17 Police personnel for their self-treatment or for the treatment of their dependents. Rupees one lakh each has been sanctioned in favour of 68 police personnel to meet the expenses for self-marriage or marriage of their dependent. Loan of Rs one lakh each has been sanctioned in favour of nine Police personnel for higher education purpose of their wards and Rs 50,000 each has been sanctioned in favour of two Police personnel to meet the expenses for religious obligations. The loan will be recovered in installments from the personnel’s salary without any interest.
The DGP has also sanctioned welfare relief in favour of ten Police personnel at different rates. The relief has been provided for their self-treatment or the treatment of their dependents.
The statement read that J&K Police Headquarters with these endeavors continues to focus on the welfare of its personnel and their families. The Police personnel who are in need of financial assistance for self-treatment or treatment of dependents, self-marriage or marriage of their dependents/ higher education of their children or some religious obligations, are helped out under different schemes that have been introduced under the umbrella of Central Police Welfare Fund read the press release.