DGP and Chief Secretary Home keep mum on ending services of 25,000 Home Guards

15 Oct 2019 02:46 PM

DGP and Chief Secretary Home keep mum on ending services of 25,000 Home Guards

Updated 15 Oct 2019 02:46 PM

Upon questioning, Chief Secretary Home only responded on the question of giving Diwali bonus to govt employees adn did not respond on ending of services of 25,000 Home Guards.

The Home Department had deployed the 25,000 Home Guards around a year back to fill up the vacancies in the Police Department.

The Home Guards would earlier get a daily allowance of around Rs 500, which was raised to Rs 672 on the Supreme Court's orders. This is said to have added to UP Police's budgetary constraints. Home Guards do not have any fixed monthly salary and are paid on the basis of number of days of duty.

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