LUCKNOW The UP cabinet on Tuesday cleared the proposal to improve the cycle allowance of ₹200 given to policemen to ₹500 (per 30 days) as motorcycle allowance.
The cabinet additionally authorized development of residential and non-residential buildings of various wings of the police division and reserve police traces value ₹31,089.14 crore throughout UP. The development of Shaheed Smarak, visitors park and an arms museum displaying several types of firearms used within the police power, at Aurraiya reserve police traces was given a go-ahead.
The selections have been taken throughout a state cabinet assembly presided over by chief minister Yogi Adityanath.
State authorities talked about that using bicycle to attain a vacation spot was impractical today, therefore this allowance was modified to motorcycle allowance, elevated from ₹200 to ₹500 a month. They additional acknowledged that an additional burden of ₹6.78 crore every year would come on the state authorities.
Chief minister Yogi Adityanath had introduced this improve in allowance at a programme to mark Police Commemoration Day at Lucknow Reserve Police Strains on October 21 final 12 months.
The cabinet authorized development of residential and non-residential buildings of UP Particular Safety Drive (SSF) headquarters and 1st battalion of SSF value ₹655.41 crore in Lucknow in addition to residential and non-residential buildings of 2nd battalion of SSF value ₹431.70 crore in Gorakhpur. It additionally gave nod to development of residential and non-residential buildings for girls’s battalion value ₹391.56 crore in Lucknow.
The cabinet cleared ₹434.028 crore for the development of residential and non-residential buildings of firefighting coaching faculty arising in Unnao. Equally, ₹446.77 crore was cleared for the development of residential and non-residential buildings of reserve police traces in Aurraiya.
Funds to the tune of ₹372.17 crore have been additionally given approval for the development of residential and non-residential buildings of police traces in Sambhal district moreover ₹378.08 crore for the development of residential and non-residential buildings of PAC battalion in Shamli district.