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Punjab Authorities Withdraws Safety Cowl Of 424 VIPs

The authorities had earlier withdrawn safety of over 300 VIPs. (Representational)


The Punjab authorities has withdrawn the safety offered to 424 retired cops and spiritual and political leaders. Ten personnel tasked with the safety of Dera Radha Soami, Beas, have additionally been withdrawn.

The -led Aam Aadmi Get together authorities had been cracking down on VIP tradition within the state since coming to energy earlier this 12 months.

In April, the federal government had withdrawn the safety of 184 former ministers, MLAs and personal protectees. A month earlier, the safety of 122 former ministers and MLAs was withdrawn.

Former ministers Manpreet Singh Badal, Raj Kumar Verka, Bharat Bhushan Ashu and the household of former Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi had been amongst these whose safety was withdrawn.

Following this, over 400 personnel returned to police stations, Chief Minister Mann had mentioned.

Mr Mann additionally mentioned that the federal government will utilise police for what they’re meant to do (work for frequent folks) and never hassle them (with safety duties of VIPs).

In continuation with such strikes, the Chief Minister had additionally introduced that the federal government will put an finish to the observe of former MLAs drawing pension for multiple time period. Nevertheless, the state’s Governor has requested the federal government to deliver the invoice within the meeting throughout the Funds session.

Former MLAs in Punjab, who get round Rs 75,000 month-to-month pension for one time period, additionally draw an extra 66 per cent of the quantity for every subsequent time period.

“Hundreds of crores of rupees which had been being spent on MLA pensions will now be used to learn the folks of Punjab,” the Chief Minister had mentioned whereas saying the pension rule change.



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