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May 09, 2020
6:58AM

HM Amit Shah appreciates commendable work done by CAPFs

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Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday appreciated the commendable work done by Central Armed Police Forces, CAPFs. He expressed concern over increasing COVID19 cases in CAPFs.

During a review meeting with Directors General of all CAPFs, Mr Shah also discussed measures to prevent its further spread and ensure the well being of the forces.

Mr Shah said that Modi government is not only concerned over spread of COVID-19 but is making all out efforts to ensure safety, security and wellbeing of all CAPFs.

The Home Minister enquired about the situation regarding the security personnel affected by COVID-19 in each of the CAPFs as well as the cases that are found to be asymptomatic.

During the meeting, the innovative measures taken by each of the CAPFs in order to contain the disease were also discussed.

The suggestions ranged from providing awareness and training about precautions, changing the arrangements in Mess and staying facilities in barracks, boosting immunity as per Ministry of AYUSH guidelines, and ensuring proper personnel management, keeping in view the age of the security personnel and their health history.

Acknowledging efforts of CAPFs personnel in fight against COVID-19, Mr Shah asked the senior officers to ensure important things like timely payment of terminal dues, including ex-gratia, insurance etc. in case of casualty, being in touch with affected personnel and their families, proper arrangements for their health check-up and treatment, including establishment of a dedicated hospital or facility for COVID-19 affected CAPF personnel and also increasing effective tracing and testing facilities.

The Minister has also suggested that there should be sharing of best practices among the CAPFs and also laying down the Standard Operating Procedure for health related as well as management issues, like sanitization and ensuring the use of appropriate protective gear by the personnel etc.

The meeting was attended by Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai, along with DGs of CAPFs and other senior officers of the Ministry.

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