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PM Modi approves ex- gratia for kin of those killed in rains, storms

“The government is doing its best to provide all possible assistance to those affected. The situation is being monitored closely”, the PM said.


PM Modi approves ex- gratia for kin of those killed in rains, storms
The Prime Minister has also approved Rs. 50,000 each for those injured due to unseasonal rain and storms in MP, Rajasthan, Manipur & various parts of the country. Image Credit: ANI

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has expressed grief at the loss of lives due to unseasonal rains and storms in MP, Rajasthan, Manipur & various parts of the country.

"The government is doing its best to provide all possible assistance to those affected. The situation is being monitored closely", the PM said.

The Prime Minister has approved an ex- gratia of Rs. 2 lakh each from the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund for the next of kin of those who have lost their lives due to unseasonal rain and storms in MP, Rajasthan, Manipur & various parts of the country. The Prime Minister has also approved Rs. 50,000 each for those injured due to unseasonal rain and storms in MP, Rajasthan, Manipur & various parts of the country.

(With Inputs from PIB)

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