Haryana Government has decided to appoint 3000 ex-servicemen as Special Police Officers
Chandigarh, June 7 – Haryana Government has decided to appoint 3000 ex-servicemen as Special Police Officers in all districts on contract basis for a period of one year.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Police Department said that ex-servicemen of Indian Army between the age of 25 and 50 years , who have not been removed from service due to indiscipline, misconduct or medical illness, would be eligible. He said that such eligible volunteer ex-servicemen would be engaged on a monthly honorarium of Rs 14,000 which would be credited directly to their bank accounts.
He said that these members of auxiliary force would not be posted in police stations at their native places, but at police stations near to their residences. Though those interested could be posted in other districts. He said that at the time of recruitment, the members of auxiliary force would be given two police uniforms, a pair of shoes and one time allowance of Rs 3,000 for other necessary items related to uniform. He said that they would be given Rs 150 as TA and DA during government tour.
He said that these members would be eligible to get casual leave as applicable for constables of Haryana Police. They would also be eligible for ex-gratia amount of Rs 10 lakh in case of death while performing duty, Rs one lakh to three lakh in case of permanent disability and Rs one lakh in case of severe injury.
The spokesman said that no written examination and physical test would be conducted for recruitment of these volunteers. The eligible candidates would have to reach the places specified for interview on June 15, 2016 at 7 a.m. along with original certificates and attested photocopies of date of birth, eligibility, experience, retirement certificate issued by army officers and four passport size photographs.