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JKP committed to provide support to martyrs’ families: DGP SP Vaid

Jammu and Kashmir Bank

JKP committed to provide support to martyrs’ families: DGP

JAMMU, JANUARY 09: Director General of Police (DGP), Dr. S. P. Vaid has said that Jammu and Kashmir Police, after giving supreme sacrifices of its jawans and officers, succeeded in bringing peace and order in the State and it is the responsibility of the Organisation to provide succour to the martyr’s families.

Dr. Vaid said that the force, braving all odds, has faced the challenge of terrorism in the State successfully to ensure rule of law and safeguard the integrity of the Nation. All ranks of the force fought the menace collectively, enabling setup to work for the betterment of people of the State. In this fight against terrorism, our valiant cops offered sacrifices of their precious lives for secure future of the Nation and it is now our prime responsibility to take care of the families of these martyrs. The department have initiated various welfare measures to lessen the miseries of these families, besides promoting the education of their wards, said Dr.Vaid.

DGP said this, while announcing scholarship of more than Rs. 5.6 lacs in favour of 77 wards of martyrs. He said that quality education to the police wards is our concern and different scholarships are granted to the police wards to encourage in the field of education. Besides financial assistance, hostel facilities are available for the martyr’s wards in the Police Public Schools at Srinagar and Jammu. Students, who excel in the academics are also given coaching to enter the professional competitions, said the DGP.

Dr. Vaid disclosed that the scholarship is granted out of Central Police Education Fund which is contributory and the wards studying in different classes are entitled for this solace to continue their academics. He said that the department is committed to provide all possible assistance for the upliftment of martyr’s families.

The wards granted scholarship are Arbina Jan, Kamran Farooq, Aika Farooq, Khalid Majid, Avneet Kour, Rajpreet Kour, Danish Bashir, Dar Sahil Bashir, Adnan Ashraf, Aithsham, Aakif Ahmad, Nargis Kabeer, Ulfat Kabeer, Mohammad Faisal, Rubal Davgotra, Aman Angural, Muneer Ahmad, Arunpreet Singh, Anghatdeep Singh, Saqlain Mushtaq, Nassir Rasool, Syed imrat Nazir, Syed Ishrat Nazir, Salma Niaz, Muskan Niaz, Mudassir Niaz, Shivani Saharma, Mehroosa Maqbool, Imram Khan, Sultan Khan, Mehnaz Choudhary, Mudassir Ahmad, Nazia Imtiaz, Munazar Ahmad, Muzaffer Ahmad, Wajid Manzoor, Sozia Akhter, Shabina Akhter, Nahim Ashraf, Nadim Ashraf, Owais Nabi, Ruqiya Bano, Shabnum Kosser, Sheikh Majid Bin Shafi, Sheikh Sajid Bin Shafi, Ishfaq Ahmad, Adil Ahmad Dar, Ifrah Yaqoob, Shah Faisal, Jaspreet kour, Harpreet Kour, Syed Sameer Manzoor, Syed Saqib Manzoor, Farhat Gulzar, Humaira Tahir, Masrat Parveen, Rubeena Parveen, Zahid Qayoom, Shugufta Farooq, Roomi Farooq, Insha, Numan Qadir, Suman Qadir, Sameera Jan, Umer Javaid Bhat, Toufeeq Ahmad, Fiza Mushtaq, Atif Mehmood, Danish Mehmood, Umer Naziir, Afroz Nazir, Vishal Sharma, Anjali Sharma, Vishali Sharma, Liyaqat Riyaz and Arishma Riyaz.


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