1. Rajnath Singh launches grievance redressal mobile app for Central Armed Police Forces

Rajnath Singh launches grievance redressal mobile app for Central Armed Police Forces

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh launched a mobile app for Central Armed Police Forces on Thursday afternoon

By: | New Delhi | Published: May 11, 2017 5:48 PM
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Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh launched a mobile app for Central Armed Police Forces on Thursday afternoon which will allow them to share their problems, reported news agency ANI. At the event, Singh said the app will give a digital option to security personnel to share their grievances and now he will be only a click away from them. “Central Armed Police Forces personnel now have digital option to share grievances. I am now only a click away from our security forces,” Singh was quoted as saying by the news agency ANI.

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He also added that ‘Bharat Ke Veer’, a website that was launched for the families of martyrs has received an encouraging response. The app was launched by Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar last month on the occasion of ‘Shaurya Diwas’. A brainchild of Akshay Kumar, the app was launched to facilitate a monetary contribution to kin of CRPF jawans killed in action. Speaking at the event, Singh had said: “Koi jawan, adhikaari shaheed hota hai, kisi bhi surat mein, 1 crore se kam ki dhan raashi uske parivaar ke logon ko nahi milni chahiye (If any jawaan or army personnel is killed, in any case his family should not get compensation of less than 1 crore).”

Singh further added, “It has been our constant effort to ensure that a family of a martyr who is killed in action does not get a compensation amount less than a crore…I have said that I am even ready to spread my hands and seek funds from my countrymen in this regard.” He added some state governments also provide such funds to families of slain troops but still some ‘gap’ remains and their effort is to fill up these. The website, www.bharatkeveer.gov.in, is a step in this direction and has been launched after Akshay Kumar met Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi about 2.5 months back with a proposal in this regard.

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