The government allows the 'jawans' to spend 100 days with the family: Nityanand Rai
NEW DELHI: The central government is allowing the 'Jawans' to spend 100 days a year with their families, MoS internal affairs said.
The government is doing everything possible to allow the Jawans to spend 100 days in a year with their families. There have been multiple efforts by the Government to give all possible facilities to the Jawans, Rai said Sunday on the 55th BSF Uprising Day.
He said the government has increased the retirement age of the Jawans to 60 years and is committed to providing them with modern technology.
The Indian government is committed to providing modern technology for the safety of our Jawans residents. The government has increased the retirement age of Jawans residents to 60 years. Jawans residents published in Kashmir will receive free air travel from Jammu to Delhi, he added.
The Kartarpur Sahib Corridor in Dera Baba Nanak is safe below. Due to the efforts of the Jawans, enemies have to think several times before any intrusion or crime, he added.
The Delhi Development Authority will provide 1 BHK apartments at affordable prices to the wives of those who have won the gallantry prize or who have lost their service life. Under the paramilitary wage package scheme, the amount of personal accident insurance increased to Rs 30 Lakhs, Rai said.
The BSF, established on December 1, 1965, is a paramilitary force charged with protecting the land border of India during peacetime and preventing transnational crime. It is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Interior (MHA). It is currently the largest border surveillance force in the world.