STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The Home Department, J&K, on Tuesday sanctioned grant of Ex-gratia relief of Rs 36.25 lakh in favour of Next of Kins (NoKs) of the army personnel martyred and army personnel disabled (Permanently/Partially) during the terrorism related violence in J&K State. “In pursuance to Government Order No. 723-GR-GAD of 1990 dated July 10, 1990 read with Government Orders No. 125-GAD of 1997 dated January 27, 1997 and 1460-GAD of 2018 dated September 25, 2018, sanction is hereby accorded to grant of ex-gratia relief amounting to Rs 36.25 lakh only in favour of NoKs of the Army personnel martyred and army personnel disabled (permanently / partially) during the terrorism related violence in J&K State,” reads the order issued by Waseem Raja, Deputy Secretary, Home Department. The amount of Rs 5 lakh each has been granted in favour of six NoKs of army personnel martyred during action against anti-national elements; Rs 75,000 in favour of seven NoKs of army personnel wounded permanently/disabled during action against anti-national elements; and Rs 10,000 each in favour ten NoKs of army personnel wounded (Partially Disabled) during action against anti-national elements. Meanwhile, Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia has been granted in favour of Meena Kumari, wife of late Inspector (Crypto) Kuldip Roy of 2nd Signal Bn., who was martyred during action against anti-national elements. (The detailed list is available on our website www.statetimes.in).
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