Panel formed to implement Amit Shah’s order for 100 days homestay to CAPF jawans


A high-powered committee has been formed by the Centre to implement Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s directive that around seven lakh CAPF jawans should get to spend at least 100 days with their families in a year, officials said on Friday.

The seven-member panel, headed by CRPF Additional Director General (ADG) Atul Karwal, was notified on Thursday and asked to submit its recommendations to the ministry within four weeks. The committee has one officer each from all the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs).

Last month, Shah had directed the CAPFs to undertake a mega manpower planning and ensure that around seven lakh jawans get to spend at least 100 days with their families in a year. Read More

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