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DGP sanctions scholarship for 18 wards of deceased police personnel


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Jammu, Mar 11 : Director General of Police (DG) Dilbag Singh has sanctioned scholarship of Rupees Ninety thousand in favour of wards of those deceased police personnel, who died while in service due to natural/accidental deaths.

Rupees 5000/ each has been granted to the eighteen wards of deceased police personnel, studying in different classes which include six students of nursery and primary class, eleven students of middle, secondary/higher secondary classes and one is pursuing graduation.

The amount has been sanctioned out of Central Police Welfare Fund for the academic year 2017-2018 and 2018-2019. The scholarships are granted every year for the wards of deceased police personnel to provide them assistance in pursuing education.

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