New Delhi, May 12: After a Border Security Force (BSF) Jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav used social media as the platform to share the grievances related to poor quality food, government came up with the mobile app 'BSFMyApp' where every Jawan can share their opinion, views or can complain about the problems they are suffering from.
Home Minister, Rajnath Singh already proposed this app at Directors-General of Police (DGP) conference at Hyderabad held last year. He wished to connect to every Jawan of our nation. One year after the proposal the mobile app BSFMyApp successfully launched on Thursday where Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) Jawans can connect Home Minister at one click.
Rajnath Singh happily informed that now Jawans to have a digital option to share their complaints with just one click. This app is for the welfare of Jawans and to curb stagnation, 34,000 Jawans have been promoted to Head constable position, says Rajnath Singh. Now minimum assistance of Rs 1 Crore will be provided to the families of Jawan who sacrificed their life for the sake of the nation.
The already launched web portal ‘Bharat ke veer’ which enables the willing donors to contribute towards the family of a brave heart who sacrificed his/her life in the line of duty is getting very good response.
The app will provide the requirement of BSF personnel regarding Grievance Redressal as well as various other service and welfare related issues of the Force personnel, deployed in the field.
The BSFMyApp launched on the occasion has been developed to cater to the requirement of BSF personnel regarding Grievance Redressal as well as various other service and welfare related issues of the Force personnel, deployed in the field. The app will provide the method to deal with the issues related to Pay, GPF, Leave, Deputation etc.
The important characteristic of this app is its Financial Literacy Module which helps to educate BSF Personnel about an investment of their savings facilitates them for safe and systematic investment.