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Punjab government relaxed rules to give jobs to martyred soldiers in Ladakh

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| Updated: 18 Nov 2020, 06:22:00 PM

Chandigarh, November 18 (Language) The Punjab government on Wednesday relaxed the rules to provide jobs to married brothers of three soldiers who were martyred in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh in June this year. Two soldiers were martyred while fighting with Chinese soldiers, while a third soldier died during a patrol near a river near the Line of Actual Control. According to a statement, a decision was taken in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to honor the supreme sacrifice of soldiers Gurbate Singh, constables Gurbinder Singh and Lance Naik Salim Khan.

Chandigarh, November 18 (Language) The Punjab government on Wednesday relaxed the rules to provide jobs to married brothers of three soldiers who were martyred in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh in June this year. Two soldiers were martyred while fighting with Chinese soldiers, while a third soldier died during a patrol near a river near the Line of Actual Control. According to a statement, a decision was taken in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to honor the supreme sacrifice of soldiers Gurbate Singh, constables Gurbinder Singh and Lance Naik Salim Khan. According to the rules, in such cases a dependent family member or close relative is given a government job. According to the release, there was no dependent member of the family in the case of the three soldiers, as they were unmarried, so the government decided to give jobs to their married brothers as an exception. The spokesperson stated that under the current policy the dependent member includes a widow or wife, or dependent son or dependent unmarried daughter or adopted dependent son or adopted unmarried daughter. A spokesman for the Chief Minister’s Office said that the brothers of the three soldiers applied for the job, not even being defined as “members dependent on war heroes”. He states that in case of a “war hero” unmarried, a dependent unmarried brother or unmarried sister is eligible to be appointed under the policy.

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