20 C
Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Assam Cabinet: 34 Retired Army Officer To Be Appointed As ASP Rank

Must Read

Batori24 Bureau
Batori24 Bureau
Batori24 is a Vernacular based Assamese news portal based in Guwahati Assam. We are a dedicated news channel covering news and stories across the globe with special reference to Assam, north-east along with National and International news.

The Assam Cabinet decided on Wednesday to appoint 34 retired army officers to the Additional Superintendant of Police (ASP) Rank. The Ex-Army Officer appointed for this position must be of Major or Colonel rank. Their task will be to train the Assam battalion. They will be responsible to DIG Assam. Officers from outside Assam can be appointed to this position.

Following the cabinet meeting, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pijush Hazarika announced the decision. This position will be filled by an Indian Army officer of the rank of major or colonel. A total of 34 officers will be appointed to train Assam Police battalions.

A major decision is also being made in the Assam Cabinet that the promotion of ACS and APS will follow the same procedure as that of IAS and IPS.

Also Read: Assam Cabinet: APDCL will install apprx 58 lakh smart meters in Assam

APDCL will install approximately 58 lakh smart metres throughout Assam. The installation process has already begun, and most importantly, the old metre and the newly installed metre will be monitored for one month. If there are no complaints about the smart metre after one month, APDCL will uninstall the old metre. To avoid any inconvenience, smart metres will be used alongside previously used metres in every household for a month. However, if no case or objection is filed within a month, the old metres will be removed.


A total of Rs 56.74 crore has been approved for the construction of three power grids in Hatshingimari, Salakati and Barpeta.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah will attend a two-day celebration beginning November 23 at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma announced on Wednesday.

The seminars will be attended by 200 history students from various Assam colleges, and the exhibition will include artifacts from the state museum as well as some replicas.


- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Latest News

Chennai devastated by horrifying floods, after Cyclone Michaung

Coastal Tamil Nadu has been experiencing substantial rainfall and powerful winds since Monday morning. The Regional Meteorological Centre in Chennai has forecasted that the heavy rain and strong winds will persist in Chennai, Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, and Chengalpattu districts until Monday night.
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -