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DIMAPUR, July 17 - The Nagaland Home Department has prescribed the rates of ex-gratia payment to the personnel or the next of kin of personnel of Assam Rifles, Central Armed Police Forces and Indian armed forces, and soldiers belonging to Nagaland who suffer fatal and non-fatal casualties during counter-insurgency operations within and outside the State.

In a notification on Tuesday, the Home Department said soldiers from outside the State and belonging to Nagaland suffering casualties within the State would be given Rs 6 lakh for fatal injuries, Rs 4 lakh for non-fatal casualty causing permanent disability and Rs 1 lakh for non-fatal casualty causing grievous injury.

Similarly, soldiers belonging to Nagaland who suffer casualties outside the State will be given Rs 6 lakh for fatal casualty, Rs 4 lakh non-fatal casualty causing permanent disability and Rs 1 lakh for non-fatal casualty causing grievous injury.

The Nagaland Cabinet on July 4 approved the hike in ex-gratia payment to the next of kin of Central armed police forces, Army personnel, Assam Rifles and Nagaland Police who suffer fatal and non-fatal casualties during counter-insurgency operations, as proposed by the State Home Department.

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Ex gratia rates for security personnel

DIMAPUR, July 17 - The Nagaland Home Department has prescribed the rates of ex-gratia payment to the personnel or the next of kin of personnel of Assam Rifles, Central Armed Police Forces and Indian armed forces, and soldiers belonging to Nagaland who suffer fatal and non-fatal casualties during counter-insurgency operations within and outside the State.

In a notification on Tuesday, the Home Department said soldiers from outside the State and belonging to Nagaland suffering casualties within the State would be given Rs 6 lakh for fatal injuries, Rs 4 lakh for non-fatal casualty causing permanent disability and Rs 1 lakh for non-fatal casualty causing grievous injury.

Similarly, soldiers belonging to Nagaland who suffer casualties outside the State will be given Rs 6 lakh for fatal casualty, Rs 4 lakh non-fatal casualty causing permanent disability and Rs 1 lakh for non-fatal casualty causing grievous injury.

The Nagaland Cabinet on July 4 approved the hike in ex-gratia payment to the next of kin of Central armed police forces, Army personnel, Assam Rifles and Nagaland Police who suffer fatal and non-fatal casualties during counter-insurgency operations, as proposed by the State Home Department.

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