Chandigarh, Aug 6 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced compensation to the victims of tragic Dabwali incidents of July 18 in which one person had died and several shops were burnt.
Mr Hooda announced a compensation amount of Rs two lakh to the family of Harmander Singh.
As per the announcement of Mr Hooda, all those whose shops and houses were burnt down on July 18 would be given compensation.
As many as 13 such houses and shops had been identified which had suffered a loss of Rs two lakhs and above.
The shopkeepers and the owners of such houses would be given compensation amount of Rs one lakh. Those 18 shops and house owners who had suffered a loss between Rs one lakh to Rs 1.5 lakh would be given compensation of Rs 50,000 each.
Similarly those 13 shops and houses had been identified which had suffered a loss from Rs 50,000 to Rs one lakh would be given compensation of Rs 25,000.
Sirsa Deputy Commissioner Uma Shanker Dixit said compensation and relief would also be given to those who had suffered a loss of Rs 50,000 and less by the District Red Cross Society.
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