Muzaffarnagar riots: Akhilesh directs officials to give free treatment for injured
The Chief Minister asked the officials to be in touch with those affected and prepare a list of those whose houses had been damaged in the violence so that financial assistance could be provided to them.
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today directed the commissioner and district magistrate of Muzaffarnagar to make prompt arrangements for free medical treatment of those injured in the violence.
The Chief Minister asked the officials to be in touch with those affected and prepare a list of those whose houses had been damaged in the violence so that financial assistance could be provided to them, an official spokesman said here.
Akhilesh had earlier announced an ex-gratia of Rs 10 lakh to kin of those killed and Rs 50,000 to those critically injured in the violence.
The commissioner and district magistrate had been asked to follow these directives strictly, the spokesman added.
A total of 40 people have died in the clashes in Muzaffarnagar district and adjoining towns.
I have quit Congress, says Kapil Sibal; files nomination for Rajya Sabha polls with Samajwadi Party's support
Kapil Sibal said that he now wants to be an independent voice in Rajya Sabha. He has filed his nomination for the elections in presence of Akhilesh Yadav
'Like a new sun': Samajwadi Party's Azam Khan walks out of Sitapur jail after Supreme Court grants him interim bail
Azam Khan, the Samajwadi Party strongman, was lodged in jail for the last 27 months in connection with several cases, including land grabbing
The announcement of ‘The Delhi Files’ and the possible re-opening of the doors of the Gyanvapi mosque to Hindu worshippers once again underscore the unhealing wounds in India’s fractured psyche and divided body politic