Every Haryana policeman to contribute Rs 125 per month for education fund
Haryana Director General of Police B S Sandhu said on Tuesday the police would contribute about Rs 50 lakh per month from the salaries of its personnel for the state police education fund.
"They will contribute this money so that the wards of policemen could get a qualitative education in police-public schools in the state," Sandhu was speaking after inaugurating a new building of the DAV Police Public school at Fatehabad.
It was recently decided in a welfare meeting that every policeman would contribute up to Rs 125 every month for the education fund, an official release said.
Later on, while presiding over a meeting to review the law-and-order situation with district police officers, the DGP directed them to register complaints pertaining to crime against women without any delay in their respective police stations.
"The government is quite serious with regard to the safety and security of women in the state. Every officer should also keep a close vigil to ensure that no untoward incident takes places in their respective areas," he added.
(With inputs from agencies.)