IGP seeks allowance rise for VAT 69 commandos

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  • Thursday, 24 Oct 2019

Brothers in arms: Abdul Hamid (centre) with 661 VAT 69 Commando in Ipoh. — Bernama

IPOH: The police force is proposing to have the government increase the allowances for VAT 69 commandos.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador said they are asking for an increase of 25%, 30% or 34% in allowances for the commandos to commensurate with their increasingly challenging duties and psychological burdens.

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