CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan Announced To Give Petrol To MP Police Patrolling Per Month Increase Food Kit Allowance Ann



MP Police News: On the occasion of Independence Day in the election year, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has given another gift to the employees and officers of the Madhya Pradesh Police Department. Now the government will bear the cost of the petrol spent by the policemen in catching the criminals.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had tried to win the hearts of the policemen by giving them a weekly holiday in the police department. This time again on the occasion of Independence Day, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has made another big announcement regarding the Police Department. He has said that the government will bear the expenses of the policemen who spend petrol of their motorcycles in catching criminals. Employees of the police department from the rank of constable to sub-inspector will be given 15 liters of petrol per month.

Increase in Nutrition Diet Culturing Allowance

In the election year, trying to help the soldiers of the state police, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that his government has also done the work of giving weekly leave to the policemen. He said that while increasing the nutrition allowance, it has been made Rs 1,000. The CM said that while also increasing the kit clothing allowance of the police department, it has been made five thousand rupees.

This thing came to light in Madhya Pradesh Police Panchayat

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that policemen work day and night for happiness, peace and peace in the state. They never even raise any demand on their behalf. Last month, when policemen and officers were called and discussed with them, important problems came to the fore. Policemen and officers told that when policemen go on motorcycles to catch criminals, they have to pay for their petrol from their own pockets. While diagnosing this problem, now the government is going to bear the cost of 15 liters of petrol.

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