Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Wednesday introduced ex-gratia of ₹50,000 to the subsequent kin of the deceased on loss of life because of COVID-19 within the state and in addition directed the District Magistrates to supply the compensation quantity to the sufferer’s households inside 30 days of the applying.
Addressing a programme organized on the International Disaster Risk Reduction Day on the Chief Minister’s residence in the present day, the minister stated that monetary help will likely be offered from the ‘State Disaster Response Fund’.
“In case of death due to corona, the state government will give a compensation of ₹50,000 to the next of kin of the deceased. This financial assistance will be provided from the ‘State Disaster Response Fund’,” tweeted the Chief Minister.
The Chief Minister additional directed the District Magistrates to make sure its correct preparations.
“The state government stands with the families of those who lost their lives due to the global pandemic COVID-19,” Dhami stated.
Earlier, the Supreme Court on October 4 whereas approving Centre’s catastrophe administration tips on fee of ₹50,000 ex-gratia compensation to the subsequent kin of those that died of COVID-19, stated the cash to be disbursed inside 30 days of making use of.
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