Maharashtra CM announces compensation for families of Dahanu and Sangli victims
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced compensation for these families from the chief minister’s relief fund.mumbai Updated: Jan 20, 2018 23:17 IST
Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday announced compensation for families of three school students who lost their lives in the Dahanu boat tragedy and for the family of a 14-year-old Dalit girl who died on her way back from the Sadbhavana rally in Sangli.
Fadnavis announced compensation for these families from the chief minister’s relief fund. The families of the three students from Dahanu — Sonal Surati, Janhavi Surati and Sanskruti Mayavanshi — will get Rs1 lakh each from the relief fund. They died after their boat, carrying 40 kids, capsized near Parnaka in Dahanu.
Aishwarya Kamble, a resident of Sangli died on her way back home from the Sadbhavana rally. Her family will get Rs5 lakh as compensation. Kamble was running a fever when she participated in the rally, which was held post the violence at Bhima-Koregaon, to promote unity.
Fadnavis left for Davos on Saturday as part of the Prime Minister’s delegation for the economic summit.