Arvind Kejriwal’s big announcement, the families of those who died in the Delhi fire will get compensation – India TV Hindi

Arvind Kejriwal announces compensation for families who lost members in Delhi fire - India TV Hindi

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Arvind Kejriwal’s big announcement

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday announced an ex-gratia of Rs 10 lakh to the families of those killed in the paint factory fire incident in Alipore. 11 people have died in this fire. The Chief Minister also visited the site to take stock of the situation after the fire that broke out on Thursday evening. A delegation led by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Delhi unit chief Virendra Sachdeva met the victims of the incident on Friday and announced financial assistance for them. “We sympathize with the families of the deceased,” Kejriwal told reporters. We will give a compensation of Rs 10 lakh each to the next of kin of the deceased. Two persons suffered minor burns and will be compensated Rs 20,000. Apart from this, the people who suffered severe burns will be given a compensation of two lakh rupees.

Those who died in the fire will be compensated.

He said that the nearby shops and houses damaged by the fire will also be compensated as per the government policy. “We will fully assess the damage to the burnt shops and houses. I have just informed the district magistrate and the damage will be repaired as per government policy,” the chief minister said. The Chief Minister said that there were allegations that fire tenders were delayed in reaching the spot. He said that I will order an investigation and whoever is guilty will not be spared. How was this factory operating in a residential area? This will also be investigated. Action will be taken soon.”The state unit of the BJP said in a statement that Sachdeva donated Rs 50,000 each for the last rites of the dead and Rs 25,000 each for the treatment of the injured. What has been announced?

Delhi BJP demanded.

In Delhi, the BJP president has demanded from the Kejriwal government to give compensation of Rs 25 lakh each to the kin of the deceased and Rs 10 lakh each to the injured. Sachdeva alleged corruption in the Factory Licensing Department and the AAP-ruled Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) as the cause of the fire. Eleven people were killed in an explosion and subsequent fire at a paint factory in Outer Delhi’s Alipur area. Four people were injured in the fire on Thursday evening and have been admitted to hospital, officials said.

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