Telangana govt to set up Army Welfare Fund, declares KCR

The CM said that he and his bureau would contribute Rs 25,000 each every year while legislators from the State would contribute Rs 10,000 towards setting up the reserve.

In a first of its kind activity in the nation for the welfare of Armed Forces faculty – martyred, resigned and serving – Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Tuesday reported a huge number of measures including the setting up of an "Armed force Welfare Fund," enormous increment in real money honors to armed force work force from the State winning Gallantry Medals and a large group of different concessions.

Creating an impression in the State Legislative Assembly, the Chief Minister said he and his bureau partners would contribute Rs 25,000 each every year while officials from the State would contribute Rs 10,000 each every year towards setting up of the Rs 80 crore "Armed force Welfare Fund" that would be utilized for the welfare of armed force work force and their families.

"Reacting quickly to the administration request, all clergymen, MPs, MLAs, MLCs have chosen to add to the Fund," he stated, including that administration workers too had chosen to contribute one day's wages towards the Fund.

Other than the Fund, the Chief Minister likewise reported huge increment in real money rewards given to Army work force from the State who win Gallantry Medals. Armed force faculty from the State winning Param Vir Chakra and Ashok Chakra will get Rs 2.25 crore (Punjab pays the most elevated at Rs 2 crore), Mahavir Chakra and Kirti Chakra Rs 1.25 crore (Punjab Rs 1 crore).

Watching that Army staff were releasing their obligations of securing the country's topographical uprightness and power even under outrageous conditions, Rao stated: "It is the bounden obligation of society to guarantee the welfare of Army work force and their families, and ought to consider it as a demonstration of appreciation towards the overcome fighters."

Already, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar said that his administration was focused on the welfare of serving and resigned Army staff other than groups of saints.

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