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Rajasthan government sanctions Rs1.26 crore for kin of Uttarakhand flash floods

Friday, 10 January 2014 - 2:39pm IST | Place: Jaipur | Agency: DNA

The state government has issued approval orders for the issuance of Rs1.26 crore monetary relief to the legal heirs of 36 residents of Jamwaramgarh and Sanganer who were victims of flood that rocked Uttarakhand on June 16-17, 2013 considering them either dead or are permanently missing.

The district collector of Jaipur T Ravikanth has issued the orders on Thursday regarding issuance of the relief amount to the legal heir of the victims or permanently missing persons of the Uttarakhand flood.

The Uttarakhand government had already approved the relief amount to be paid to the legal heir of the 36 victims. The relief amount has been issued by the state government on the basis of death certificates of the victims as well as the recommendations by the concerned sub divisional officers.

An amount of Rs84 lakh has been ordered to be issued to the legal heir of victims and permanently missing persons who were residents of Jamwaramgarh Tehsil area.

Meanwhile a relief amount of Rs41.99 lakh has been issued to the legal heir of 12 victims who are considered either dead or permanently missing persons who were residents of Sanganer Tehsil area.


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