NEW DELHI: The Central Government is permitting ‘Jawans’ of Central Police Forces to go through 100 days in a year with their families, said MoS Home Affairs, Nityanand Rai.
“Government is doing everything to enable Jawans to go through 100 days in a year with their families. There have been different endeavors from the Government to give every conceivable office to Jawans of Central Armed Police Forces,” said Rai on 55th Raising Day of BSF here on Sunday.
He said that the administration has expanded the retirement period of “Jawans” to 60 years and is focused on giving present day innovation to them.
“The Indian government is focused on giving present day innovation to the security of our Jawans. Government has expanded the retirement period of Jawans to 60 years. Jawans posted in Kashmir will be sans given of cost air make a trip from Jammu to Delhi,” he included.
“Kartarpur Sahib Corridor at Dera Baba Nanak is secure under Border Security Force. Because of endeavors of Jawans, adversaries need to think on various occasions before any interruption or perpetrating any wrongdoing,” he included.
“Delhi Development Authority to give 1 BHK pads on moderate rates to spouses of the individuals who have won bravery grant or who have lost their lives on obligation. Under Paramilitary Salary Package Scheme, individual mishap protection sum expanded to Rs 30 Lakhs,” said Rai.
BSF built up on December 1, 1965, is a paramilitary power accused of guarding India’s territory fringe during peacetime and averting transnational wrongdoing. It is under the managerial control of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). It as of now remains as the world’s biggest outskirt guarding power.