June 6, 2023

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Sultan Al Qasimi approves 453 pay rises for Sharjah Police

Sultan Al Qasimi approves 453 pay rises for Sharjah Police

Sharjah (Union)

Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, approved the first phase of the “Sultan’s Plan for a Decent Life” to raise the salaries of 453 retirees from the “Sharjah Police”. Federal employees are bringing their salary to 17,500 dirhams at a cost of 40 million dirhams a year, with the effect of 3 years of regression. Through the Direct Line project his superior said: “My wife and I care about this community, we work in it, we will not leave anyone behind because we walk into the project” and I say to those who have given me youth and energy “without support”, and “for the delay” We apologize. ” Maj. Gen. Saif Al Sari Al Shamsi, Commander of the Sharjah Police, continued to express his gratitude and appreciation to Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, a member of the Supreme Council of Sheja and Ruler of Sharjah. Providing to the Sharjah Police and the concern and concern of his superiors in the affairs of the serving and retired police in the region. Giving them the means to a decent life through the generous and continuous blessing of His Highness who delights them.
Al-Shamsi praised the ruler of Sharjah for approving the first phase of the “Sultan for Decent Life” program, which includes increasing the salaries of 453 retired members of the Sharjah Police to federal staff. 3 years, and will reach 17,500 dirhams at a total cost of up to 40 million dirhams annually, equivalent to the salaries of retirees from local staff of the Sharjah Police.
Al Shamsi, the ruler of Sharjah said the decision of his superiors warms hearts and delights hearts, and that the Emirate of Sharjah will directly reflect the lives of retirees, especially the families of dead retirees who have dedicated their lives in policing to work with its various risks with honesty and dedication. Facing the burdens and needs of life.

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