Job News: From new rank to promotion, Uttarakhand state government has given good news to the policemen, the police system will improve
Newz Fast, New Delhi: Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami has announced changes in the police system of the state. After the announcement of CM, instructions have been issued to create 3500 new posts of sub-inspector.
A new exercise has started to improve the system of policing in Uttarakhand. Under this, new posts of ASI will be created.
Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami has announced changes in the police system of the state. After the announcement of CM, instructions have been issued to create 3500 new posts of sub-inspector.
Police system will improve
According to official sources, there are 17500 posts of constables and 3440 posts of head constables in the police department.
While there is not a single post of Additional Sub Inspector. With the creation of a new post of ASI, the number of police force will increase, which will also improve the security system.
In which post will the recruitment be done?
With the creation of a new post of Additional Sub Inspector, old police personnel will be promoted to the post of ASI and new police personnel will be recruited for the post of constable and head constable. .
Along with 1750 posts of ASI, 1750 new posts of head constable will also be created, let us tell you that the posts of head constable are already there.
Their number is only being increased, whereas till now the post of Additional Sub Inspector was not there in Uttarakhand Police.
3500 new jobs will be created
With this, a total of 3500 new people will get jobs in the police. The most important thing is that the salary of the new police personnel will be based on the grade pay of 4200. Let us tell you that for a long time the policemen in Uttarakhand were demanding to increase the grade pay, which has now been resolved. After this decision, the promotion of police personnel will also be done at the right time.
Director General of Police thanked
After this announcement of CM Dhami, the Director General of Police, Ashok Kumar has also expressed happiness over this decision and thanked Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami.