Jharkhand Government Announces Rs 50,000 Ex-gratia For COVID-19 Victim’s Families

The state government of Jharkhand has announced an ex-gratia payment of Rs 50,000 to kin of COVID-19 victims.

The Jharkhand government announced an ex-gratia of Rs 50,000 each for the kin of the 5,133 people who died of COVID-19 in the state on Wednesday, according to Health and Disaster Management Minister Banna Gupta.

According to Gupta, Rs 25.26 crore will be transferred to the deceased’s kin’s accounts.

According to a statement from the Health Minister’s office, “the Deputy Commissioners of all 24 districts have been asked to ensure its distribution.”

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“We cannot compensate the death caused by the global pandemic,” Gupta said in a directive, “but we stand alongside the families of those who lost their members.” Family members of the victims can apply online or offline, according to the minister.

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