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JAMMU: Continuing with its endeavour to provide financial assistance to the families of the police personnel who have passed away while in service, the Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh on Thursday sanctioned Rs 90 lakh as Special Welfare Relief for NoKs of deceased police personnel/SPOs.Rs 50,000 financial assistance has been sanctioned in favour of two police personnel whose residential houses damaged due to accidental fire incidents.The special welfare relief of Rs 20 lakh each has been sanctioned in favour of dependents/legal heirs of deceased personnel HC Shah Mohammad, HC Rakesh Kumar and Ct Gh Hussain.Out of this amount Rs 1 lakh each has been already paid to the families/ NoKs for performing the last rites. The financial assistance has been given out of Contributory Police Welfare Fund.DGP has also sanctioned Rs 30 lakh in favour of NoKs of six deceased SPOs. Rs 5 lakh each has been sanctioned in favour of families/ legal heirs of deceased SPOs Chamail Singh, Saroop Chand, Bodh Raj, Isher Chand, Abdul Rehman and Anil Kumar who expired while they were engaged with the department.Out of this amount Rs 50,000 each was already paid to the families/NoKs for performing the last rites as immediate relief.The financial assistance has been given out of Contributory Police Welfare Fund of SPOs.Meanwhile, the DGP also sanctioned Rs 25000 each as financial assistance have been sanctioned in favour of Foll. Ab Rashid and Ct. Firdouse Ahmad whose residential houses were damaged due to accidental fire incidents.
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