Tuesday , October 19 2021

Gehlot extends condolence on head constable’s death

Udaipur :  In a tweet Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot expressed grief on the tragic death of the on-duty constable Abdul Gani. Gehlot assured all assistance from the government to provide relief  to the aggrieved family 

On Sunday Gani’s body was taken from Rajsamand to Bhilwara where the burial custom was performed with state honours. His body was drapped in Tricolor, large number of people including Collector and SP were present to pay their homage to the deceased cop. Meanwhile Bhilwara and Rajsamand district and police administration has announced to adopt Gani’s two daughters. Bhilwara collector Rajendra Bhatt said Gani has left behind five children. Two daughters would be adopted by the police and district administration who would bear their educational expenses while the community has taken responsibility of the remaining three children. The collector has also urged the police and government employees to donate one day salary to provide financial assistance to the aggrieved family.

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