Cabinet Haryana: Top cops to get 3 police awards

The Haryana government on Tuesday approved a proposal to introduce three State Police Awards to recognize detection, investigation, bravery and outstanding performance of administrative duties by Haryana Police personnel. Haryana.

As per the proposal approved by the State Cabinet which met on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, these three awards will include CM Medal for Bravery, HM Medal for Excellence in matter of investigation and Haryana Police Uttam Seva Padak.

Officers and officials who receive these medals will be recognized by a medal with a color display above the left pocket of the uniform, a certificate, a scroll signed by the CM and the Home Secretary with an award in one-time cash of Rs 21,000. A six-month extension of post-retirement service for Group B and C police officers (if they do not benefit from any other extension of service) will also be granted to such personnel.
The Cabinet has also decided to extend the benefits to sportsmen practicing various sports like boxing, wrestling, weightlifting, etc., regardless of their weight class. The decision will greatly benefit the players in terms of getting jobs, graduation certificates, cash awards, honorariums and sports scholarships in accordance with state policy.

The Cabinet has also approved a proposal for exemptions from liability for paying motor vehicle tax to buses from educational institutions in the states of the National Capital Region other than Haryana, including Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi NCT when entering and operating in Haryana in accordance with reciprocal common transport. OK. This will facilitate the seamless operation of buses from educational institutions in other states in the NCR of Haryana. At present, motor vehicles registered in states other than Haryana are required to pay motor vehicle tax when entering and driving in the state of Haryana at the specified rates.

The Haryana Cabinet has also approved the Haryana Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Rules 2022 to set up the scheme for allocating preferential marks to non-transport vehicles through electronic auctions .

With its implementation, the allocation of preferential brands to the general public will be transparent. In addition, it will also improve state finances in terms of fees and revenues to be paid by non-transportation vehicle owners to obtain the preferential registration marks online.

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