Rs 10 lakh for kin of deceased, Rs 5 lakh for those who lost homes: Arvind Kejriwal announces his relief package

Delhi Chief Minister on Thursday announced that Rs 10 lakh each will be provided to the kin of the deceased and Rs 5 lakh each to the families of the minors who died in the Delhi violence.

Rs 5 lakh each will be given to those who have been permanently disabled and Rs 2 lakh each will be given to those who were severely injured. People who sustained minor injuries will be given Rs 20,000 each.

“A compensation of Rs 10 lakh each to families of those who have died will be provided,” Arvind Kejriwal said.

Delhi government said that Rs 3 lakh each will be given to those who have been orphaned in the Delhi riots.

Arvind Kejriwal said that a sum of Rs 5 lakh each will be provided to those whose houses were completely burnt. Rs 1 lakh each will be given to tenants for their lost belongings and Rs 4 lakh each to the house owners. Rs 2.5 lakh each will be given to those whose houses have sustained substantial damages but not burnt down completely.

Arvind Kejriwal said that Rs 5 lakh each will be given to those whose shop have been gutted and Rs 25,000 each as immediate relief to those whose homes have been totally destroyed.

If a person has lost an animal in the Delhi riots, they will be given Rs 5,000 for every animal they have lost.

Rs 25,000 each for damages to rickshaw has been promised by the Delhi government along with Rs 50,000 each for damages to e-rickshaws.

“Delhi government to bear expenses of treatment of those injured in riots and admitted to private hospitals,” Arvind Kejriwal said.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said that under Delhi government’s Farishte scheme of free-of-cost medical treatment at any private hospital, those affected in Delhi violence can get medical treatment.

Arvind Kejriwal said that the Delhi government will provide free food to the victims of Delhi violence.

HERE THE RELIEF PACKAGE BY DELHI GOVERNMENT:

  • Rs 10 lakh to family members of those who died.
  • Rs 5 lakh to family members of minors who have died.
  • Rs 5 lakh to those who have been permanently disabled.
  • Rs 2 lakh to those who were severely injured.
  • Rs 20,000 to those who sustained minor injuries.
  • Rs 3 lakh to those who have been orphaned.
  • Rs 5,000 per animal for loss of animals.
  • Rs 25,000 for damages to rickshaw.
  • Rs 50,000 for damages to e-rickshaw.
  • Rs 5 lakh if someone’s house is completely burnt down.
  • Rs 1 lakh to tenant and Rs 4 lakh to house owner.
  • Rs 2.5 lakh to those whose houses have sustained substantial damages but not burnt down completely.
  • Rs 5 lakh to those whose shops have been gutted.
  • Rs 25,000 immediate relief to those whose homes have been totally destroyed.

Source – India Today