(Referred to in rule 24-A)


List of government servants who are not entitled to any travelling allowance for road journeys within jurisdiction.

I—Land Revenue

Supervisor and Registrar Kanungos, Revenue Department Amins (i.e. partition amins, kurk amins and amins for collection of canal dues, etc.), extra naib-tahsildars and patwaris in the hill pattis of Kumaon Division and in the Tarai and Bhabar and Garhwal Bhabar Government Estates.


Forest guards.

III—General Administration

Tent pitchers, khalasis and tahsil peons and Jamadars.

IV—Administration of Justice

Process servers.

V—Public Works and Irrigation

Surveyors, canal mistries, and petty establishments expressly engaged for service in the field inclusive of patrols, watchmen and beldars.


List of government servants entitled to daily allowance or mileage allowance under restrictions for journeys by road within jurisdiction.

I—Land Revenue

Members of the Subordinate Engineering Service on the establishment of the Executive Engineer, Tarai and Bhabar Government Estates.

May only draw mileage allowance for journeys by road under the special orders of the Executive Engineer. No daily allowance will be admissible.


(i) All members of the force below the rank of Assistant or Deputy Superintendent.

Are entitled to have their baggage conveyed at the expense of the Government when employed on escort, dacoity patrol duty or on patrol duty in disturbed areas when Government transport is not provided. Members of the mounted police will be entitled to this concession also when on patrol duty beyond a limit of eight kilometres from headquarters, provided that the conveyance of baggage is certified to be necessary by the Superintendent of Police. The scale allowed is as follows:

When on ordinary escort duty.

When on escort duty with touring officers or troops on march, and when on dacoity patrol duty.

Inspectors and Sergeants

25 kilograms

187 kilograms (cart of two bullocks).

Sub-Inspectors and Assistant Sub-Inspectors

20 kilograms

112 kilograms (one pony, or in the hilly parts of Kumaon where a pony cannot carry 112 kilograms four coolies).

Head Constables

10 kilograms

37 kilograms (two coolies).

Naiks and Constables

10 kilograms

14 to 19 kilograms (one coolie).

NOTE—The ordinary jurisdiction of government servants below the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police attached to the Criminal Investigation Department and the District Intelligence Staff working under the Criminal Investigation Department is limited to a radius of 32 kilometres from the headquarters of each sub-agency.

(ii) All members of the force of or below the rank of Inspector.

May draw daily allowance for journeys of more than 8 kilometres from headquarters, provided that, if a member is attached to a police station, the end of the journey is beyond the limits of the police station.


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(iv) [Deleted.]

(v) Reserve and City Inspectors of Police.

May draw daily allowance at ordinary rates for all journeys on duty of more than 24 kilometres from headquarters in addition to the conveyance allowance which they receive.

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(vii) All Sub-Inspectors of Police travelling on duty from Tarai and Bhabar thanas other than Haldwani to places in the hills more than 24 kilometres distant from their thanas which are reached via Kathgodam.

Will draw in lieu of daily allowance—

(i) single second class fare.

(ii) pony hire from Kathgodam to their destination.

(iii) when not on escort duty, the hire of one mazdoor from Kathgodam to their destination.

The same principle applies to return journeys.

For all journeys of over 24 kilometres in the hills, head constables and constables should draw, when not on escort duty, the hire of one mazdoor in place of daily allowance, and for journeys on transfer mileage at 1 1/2 times the ordinary rates, even when the journey is one of less than 32 kilometres.

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