Two more women police station to come up at Mandi, Dharamshala

Shimla/August 22 (NG NEws)
Himachal government on Friday decided to setup two more Women Police Station at Dharamsala and Mandi on the analogy of the first women police station of the state set up at Shimla.

A state government spokesperson said that the decision was taken in the Cabinet held here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and approval was given to create 21 posts for each police station.

“The Cabinet decided to set up a sub-committee for Resource Mobilization and Economy Measures under the Chairmanship of Health Minister Kaul Singh Thakur with Transport Minister GS Bali and Industries Minister Mukesh Agnihotri as members,” said the spokesperson.

He said that the cabinet also decided to relocate the 9.9 MW Chirchind-II Hydel Electric Project (HEP) with a condition that the developer shall be required to execute revised capacity agreement and maintaining the riparian distance with respect to its upstream as well as downstream projects allotted/proposed besides the Government won’t be responsible or liable for any time and cost run over due to re-location of the project domain beyond the provision contained in Hydro Policy of the state.

It was decided to provide funds for maintenance and day-to-day rituals to be performed in those temples whose land had been vested by the Government or is under the occupancy/non-occupancy tenants, from the revolving fund, as announced by the Chief Minister in his Budget speech 2014-15 for upkeep of such temples and performing regular Pooja.

It was also decided to create one post of Temple officer for Mata Balasundri Temple Trust at Trilokpur in Sirmaur district and nod was given to fill one vacant post of Scientific officer, (DNA) in State forensic science laboratory, Junga.