Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus September 4 Highlights: 44 police personnel have succumbed to virus in state so far
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus (Covid-19) Latest News September 4 Highlights: According to police, the family of all 44 policemen have been given Rs 30 lakh ex-gratia announced by the government for all corona frontline warriors besides other relief.
Confirming the search, Bengaluru Police Joint Commissioner(Crime) Sandeep Patil said in a statement., “After obtaining a search warrant from Court, search is being conducted at Sanjjanaa house.” (PTI/Representational)
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus News September 4 Highlights: Around 44 police personnel have died due to Covid-19 in Karnataka so far, state Director General of Police Praveen Sood said on Thursday.
According to police, the family of all 44 policemen have been given Rs 30 lakh ex-gratia announced by the government for all corona frontline warriors besides other relief.
“So far 44 policemen have lost their lives due to Covid- 19. We have not just given Rs 30 lakh each to their families. They will also get insurance, other benefits and job to a dependent on the compassionate ground,” Sood said.
The ex-gratia of Rs 30 lakh had been given within 48 hours of the demise of the police personnel, he added. The DGP also said that he has directed all his subordinates to liberally sanction earned leave to police personnel having comorbidity or serious illness.
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The CCB has been investigating drug dealing and substance abuse by Kannada film actors after filmmaker and journalist Indrajit Lankesh made statements regarding the case recently. (Representational Image)
On Thursday, Central Crime Branch (CCB)police have arrested a second division clerk (SDC) with Regional Transport Office and a close friend to the actress Ragini Dwivedi for his alleged involvement in drugs.
The arrested is identified K Ravishankar, a resident of Vijayanagara in the city is currently under five days of police custody.
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