Constable can be promoted to Sub-Inspector, proposal approved by CM Uddhav

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has taken a decision on Thursday, which is claimed to speed up crime detection and prevention in Maharashtra. Maharashtra CM approved the proposal of Maharashtra Police to directly promote police constables to the post of Police Sub-Inspector.

Terming it a “revolutionary decision”, the Shiv Sena leader said police personnel will have more opportunities to advance in their careers and most importantly, the move will speed up crime detection and prevention.

Thackeray tweeted, “The State has approved the proposal to promote Police Constables as Police Sub Inspectors. In a revolutionary decision, the Police Force will have more opportunities to advance in their careers and most importantly this That this will also help in speeding up crime detection and prevention.”

10,000 crore package for flood affected farmers

Apart from this, the Maharashtra government in a cabinet meeting announced a package of Rs 10,000 crore for the farmers affected by heavy rains and floods in the state.

Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Office tweeted, “Due to heavy floods from June to October due to torrential rains, crops have been damaged on more than 55 lakh hectares of agricultural land. Therefore, the state cabinet has given ₹ 10,000 crore to the farmers affected by this natural calamity. has decided to provide financial assistance of Rs.

An assistance of ₹10,000/ha for agriculture, ₹15,000/ha for horticulture and ₹25,000/ha for perennial crops has been announced. This help will be available only to farmers having land of 2 hectares or less. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and Minister Ashok Chavan made this announcement in the cabinet meeting.