(i) that he has neither been provided with married quarters at battalion headquarters or at company headquarters nor allowed house rent allowance in lieu thereof;
(ii) that he actually proceeds to his home.
The Commandant at battalion headquarters and all Company Commanders are responsible for seeing that the condition mentioned above are actually fulfilled in each case where travelling allowance is claimed under this rule, and also that such travelling allowance is not allowed more than once in one calendar year to a police official.
65-I. A claim for travelling allowance under rule 65-H will not be entertained unless it is supported by a voucher in Police Form No. 17 (b) properly filled in and signed by the Commandant or Company Commander. The drawing officer should invariably furnish, on the travelling allowance bills in which such claims are made, the following certificates:
(i) Certified that the concession has been claimed by the men eligible for it and for not more than one occasion in the calendar year.
(ii) Certified that the men for whom the railway fares have been claimed have not been provided with married quarters either at battalion headquarters or at company headquarters at........nor have they been granted house rent allowance in lieu thereof, and that they have served for at least six calendar months of the year in the Provincial Armed Constabulary.
65-J. In addition to the concession allowed by rule 65-H, a police official is entitled to a single lower class, if any, bus fare from the railway station to his home and a single lower class bus fare for the return journey to the railway station, subject to the condition that he lives 32 kilometres or more from the nearest railway station and that an established bus route connects the railway station to a point near his home.