Haryana News: Haryana Government has approved 11000 new posts of constables in Haryana Police for which the process of recruitment would soon commence.
This was disclosed by Director General of Police, Mr. Ranjiv Singh Dalal while presiding over State level welfare meeting of police officers held at Recruit Training Centre, Bhondsi in district Gurgaon today.
Mr. Dalal said that to fill up these posts, advertisement would be given in newspapers. He said that State Government was taking effective steps to modernize State Police and provide every kind of facility to police personnel. The State Government was giving special emphasis on education of children of police officials besides providing residential facility to them.
He said that to provide residential facilities to police officials, quarters have been built in various districts of the State including Panchkula, Sonepat and Gurgaon. He said that Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda had already inaugurated 400 residential quarters built at Gurgaon police line and they would be allotted within next 10 days. While replying to a question, Mr. Dalal said that a new police line was being set up over an area of 60 acres in Manesar in district Gurgaon which would be ready by next year.
Mr. Dalal said that police training centres had been set up at various places in the State with each having 500 policemen. These centres were in Hisar, village Sunaria in district Rohtak, Ambala, Madhuban in district Karnal, Jind and Faridabad. Mr. Dalal said that the State has four battalions of Indian Reserve Battalion out of which one is deployed in Jammu and Kashmir and three are in the State. He said that out of these three battalions, one would be deployed in Manesar. For this, Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation has been requested to provide 10 acres of land, he added.
He said that Health Awareness Refresher Course would also be organized for police officials.
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