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Salary hike order for police in Gadchiroli in two days: Devendra Fadnavis

Updated on: 01 October,2022 04:51 PM IST  |  Nagpur
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Fadnavis, who handles the home portfolio and is guardian minister of this eastern Maharashtra district held a meeting of the District Planning Committee in Gadchiroli city earlier in the day.

Salary hike order for police in Gadchiroli in two days: Devendra Fadnavis

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An order increasing the salaries of police personnel posted in the Naxalite-affected Gadchiroli district would be issued within two days, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said here on Saturday.


Fadnavis, who handles the home portfolio and is guardian minister of this eastern Maharashtra district held a meeting of the District Planning Committee in Gadchiroli city earlier in the day.



The decision on increasing the salaries of police personnel in the district one-and-half times was pending, he told reporters.


The decision has been taken now and the salary hike order will be issued by Monday, he said.

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