PHQ making all possible efforts for welfare of Police Pariwar: DGP

DGP Dilbag Singh being greeted by police officer during meeting at Srinagar.
DGP Dilbag Singh being greeted by police officer during meeting at Srinagar.

Excelsior Correspondent

SRINAGAR, Oct 1: A group of Gazetted Police officers who were recently regularized called on the DGP Dilbag Singh here today.
ADGP Coordination PHQ, SJM Gillani, ADGP Hqrs/Law and Order J&K Abdul Ghani Mir, IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar, AIG (P) PHQ Rajeshwar Singh and other senior officers of PHQ were present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, the DGP congratulated the officers and said that the regularization and seniority fixation was a long pending matter and during the last two years it was followed by Police Headquarters vigorously. He said that this will not only benefit the officers but will open up the promotion avenues in other ranks as well. He wished the officers good luck for the future and hoped that they will work with more zeal and zest. He expressed thanks and gratitude to Lt. Governor J&K Manoj Sinha who took personal interest and intervened for speedy disposal of the long-pending issue.
ADGP Coordination PHQ SJM Gillani, ADGP Hqrs/Law and Order J&K Abdul Ghani Mir, AIG (P) PHQ Shri Rajeshwar Singh and personnel section of PHQ worked tirelessly and prepared a strong case, he added.
He announced cash reward and appreciation for the personnel and officers who contributed in the case. DGP said Police headquarters is making all possible efforts at all levels for the welfare of Police Pariwar. He said many issues of JK Police have been addressed and added that those left out are being followed on priority basis.
ADGP (Coordination) PHQ SJM Gillani wished the regularized officers and hoped that they would work with more zest and zeal.
ADGP Headquarters AG Mir said that DGP highlighted the issue at different fora which paved the way in resolving the issue.
Meanwhile, DGP Dilbag Singh has sanctioned retirement gift of rupees fifty-one lakh seventy-five thousand in favour of Sixty Nine Police personnel of J&K Police who retired from service on September 30, 2020, after attaining superannuation or taking voluntary retirement.
The gift of rupees Seventy-Five thousand each has been sanctioned out of Contributory Police Welfare Fund on their superannuation or voluntary retirement.
Sanction has been issued for grant of retirement gift in favour of three Gazetted Officers, 54 Non-Gazetted officers, ten lower subordinates and two Followers. The personnel belonged to different units and wings of the department.
Retirement gift of seventy-five 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.