Jalandhar-Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann on Friday handed over the cheques price Rs 3 crore to the relations of the cops who had attained martyrdom/ died through the name of responsibility.
The Chief Minister, on the sidelines of passing out parade right here at PAP grounds, handed over cheques price Rs 2 crore, together with Rs 1 crore ex gratia by state authorities and Rs 1 crore of life insurance coverage by HDFC financial institution, to the distressed household of martyr ASI Kuldeep Singh as a mark of respect for his providers for the nation. He stated ASI Kuldeep Singh had attained martyrdom on March 18, 2023 whereas performing his responsibility at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar. Bhagwant Singh Mann stated that this humble initiative of the state authorities is in recognition of the immense contribution of this son of soil in direction of sustaining legislation and order within the state.
Reiterating the agency dedication of the state authorities to assist the households of the troopers who sacrifice their life on the altar of the motherland, the Chief Minister stated that it’s the bounden responsibility of the Punjab authorities. He additionally handed over cheque price Rs 1 crore of life insurance coverage by HDFC financial institution to the aggrieved household of ASI Malkeet Singh who had died whereas performing his responsibility at Kapurthala. Bhagwant Singh Mann stated that this initiative is in recognition of the immense contribution of the courageous hearts who’ve sacrificed his life for the sake of the nation.
The Chief Minister stated that monetary help to households of those heroes is in consonance with the dedication of the state authorities to make sure the effectively being of the troopers and their households. He expressed hope that this therapeutic contact of the state will go a good distance in serving to the aggrieved household on one hand and securing their future on the opposite. Likewise, he envisioned that it’ll additionally encourage the youth to affix the Armed forces and Punjab Police to serve their motherland.