In Delhi, the family who lost their lives from Corona will get compensation of Rs 50,000 each, CM Kejriwal announced

Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has made a big announcement today for the people of Delhi facing the second wave of Corona. He said that every family who lost their lives from Corona in Delhi will be given a compensation of Rs. 50,000 each. He also said that if people working in a family die, then that family will be given a pension of 2500-2500 rupees every month.

CM Arvind Kejriwal said that if the unfortunate death of a child’s parents kovid in a house, then a pension of Rs 2500 will be given to the child till the age of 25 years. Delhi government will bear the expenses of the education of the child.

With this, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced to give 10 kg free ration to ration card holders this month. Seven, he said that free ration will also be given to poor people without card in Delhi.

Let us know that 14,02,873 people have been infected with Corona so far in the national capital, out of which 13,29,899 people have been cured and 22,111 patients have died. Currently, 50,863 patients are undergoing treatment. Today, 4482 people have been infected with Corona in the city and 265 patients have died. In the same time, 9403 patients have been cured.

The lockdown was imposed on 19 April in Delhi to break the Corona infection chain and its duration was extended for the fourth time in the past. The lockdown will remain in force till the morning of May 24 in the national capital. 

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