Assessor Mohan Chand Sharma, who kicked the bucket in the 2008 Batla House experience, has been granted valor award after death. Sharma worked in the Delhi Police's Special Cell.
The Union home service on Friday delivered the rundown of police staff who have been granted the decorations daily before the Independence Day.
While 215 police staff have been given the decoration for valor, 80 will get the President's Police Medal for recognized assistance and 631 for praiseworthy help.
Sharma, at that point 44, had endured three shots when he went to catch five speculated psychological oppressors covering up in south Delhi's Batla House September 19, 2008. He later capitulated to the wounds in an emergency clinic.
This year, the courage grants list is topped by the police staff from Jammu and Kashmir who have won 81 decorations. The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) with 51 awards is at the subsequent spot.
The home service authorities acquainted with the determination procedure said that lion's share of valor awards went to these two powers because of counter-insurrection activities.