Today, the Chief Minister of Punjab Captain Amarinder Singh announced jobs for martyred soldier Paramjeet Singh’s Children. Simrandeep Kaur, elder daughter of martyred soldier Paramjeet Singh rewarded with a naib Tehsildar’s job and his son Sahildeep singh rewarded with an ASI’s job.
Simrandeep kaur is 15 years old while his brother Sahildeep singh is only 10 years old. CM declared before the media persons that- after the completion of studies of both the children they both will provided with these government jobs.
Capt Amarinder Singh visit at Vein Poin village in Tarn Taran. He was here to present sympathy with Paramjeet Singh’s family at his death.
Here, the CM Capt Amarinder Singh handed over the cheque of Rs. 5 lakh to his family. The state jurisdiction has earlier declared a total compensation of Rs. 12 lakh to his family, including Rs. 2 lakh for his parents, Rs. 5 lakh to his wife and a plot worth Rs. 5 lakh.
Now, Capt Amarinder singh announced that their two children rewarded with the government jobs after their completion of studies. He also said that these jobs would be in addition to the compensation already announced for the Martyr family.
The Chief Minister was accompanied by Cabinet partners Navjot Singh Sidhu and Rana Gurjit Singh, party MLAs Dr Dharambir Agnihotri, newly appointed PPCC president Sunil Jakhar, Ramanjit Singh Sikki, Sukhpal Singh Bhullar and Harminder Singh Gill.
The Chief Minister also announced that a local school and a stadium would be named after the martyr. CM also said the Congress jurisdiction would soon table before the Cabinet a comprehensive policy for standardising recompense for any Punjabi soldier who laid down his life in the line of duty.
Also, Rs 1 lakh was notified for naming the local rest house after the soldier. An IAS-IPS couple from Himachal Pradesh has already proposed to bear the expenditure of marriage and education of Paramjeet’s younger daughter Khushdeep Kaur.
While Gurjit Singh Aujla (Amritsar MP) has made a allegiance regarding Simrandeep adoption. Replying to questions, the CM said the Central Governance was not doing sufficient to protect the men manning the international borders.