While the corona virus is constantly cutting its costs from the center to the state government, on the other hand, it is big news for young people who are preparing to go to the police. The Maharashtra government has announced that it is going to recruit a large number of police.
“The Maharashtra government has decided that 12,500 police personnel will be reinstated in the state,” said Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh. Earlier, in July, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said, “10,000 constables will be recruited to strengthen law and order and reduce the workload of the police force.” Apart from this, a women’s battalion of the State Reserve Police Force will also be established at Katolatuka in Nagpur.
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Maharashtra govt decides to recruit 12,500 more police personnel: Home Minister Anil Deshmukh pic.twitter.com/UILgQsQfUH
– ANI (@ANI) September 16, 2020
Ajit Pawar said the move would help youth in both urban and rural areas as they would have the opportunity to take charge in the police force. Power has instructed officials to ensure that the recruitment process is completed within a year. He asked the officials to put a proposal in the state cabinet.
He said that in addition to these, 1,364 posts would be created in the women’s battalion and recruitment would be completed in three phases. 461 posts will be filled in each phase.