The retired Inspector, who is originally from Himachal Pradesh’s Una district, had been denied reimbursement on account of the fact that he did not possess a valid Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) token card at the time of treatment.
The report mentioned that upset officers had sent multiple letters to Home Minister Amit Shah, alleging deliberate scuttling of the provision by their superiors. These letters called the behaviour of their superiors “snotty”, and their mindset “narrow and negative”.
CISF Head Constable Admit Card 2019: A total of 429 vacancies are to be filled through this recruitment drive. The finally selected candidates will get a salary between Rs 25,500 to 81,100 as per month.
CISF driver, DCPO result declared at cisf.gov.in. Selected candidates will have to appear for the medical exam. Finally selected candidates will get a salary between Rs 25,500 to 81,100 as per the seventh pay commission.
The measures include strict access control to regulate entry to terminal building, airside, all operational area and other aviation facilities, intensive checking of vehicles entering car parking area to preclude the possibility of car bomb attacks.
CISF Head Constable recruitment 2019: The candidates can apply till February 25, 2019. There are 429 vacancies and the candidates can register themselves through the official websites, cisf.gov.in or cisfrectt.in
CISF Admit Card 2019: The written exam is scheduled to be conducted by June end. A total of 429 vacancies including 64 in limited department competitive exam (LDCE) posts are available through this recruitment drive.
New Delhi, Feb 10 (ANI): Retired Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) head constable Prem Swaroop on Wednesday has offered to donate his kidney to save the life of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa, who is battling for his life after being trapped under snow for six days at Siachen glacier. Swaroop said he heard in the news that Hanamanthappa's kidney has failed and so he had come to offer his kidney to him. He added that he is ready to donate any part of his body for him.