Delhi Riots: Victims and family members get Rs 26 crore as compensation – Delhi Government has given 26 crores to victims and their families for one year due to Delhi riots. Compensation of

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According to Delhi government data, a total of ₹ 4.25 crore has been given to the family of 44 people killed in the riots. While a total of one crore 75 lakh 40 thousand rupees have been given as compensation to 233 people injured during the riots. During the riots, houses and shops were not only vandalized but also set on fire. 731 people were given ₹ 8,51,27,400 for the loss of their houses while ₹ 11,28,18,042 was given as compensation to 1176 shops / establishments besides the loss of animals / e-rickshaws / scooty etc. 12 people were given ₹ 4,42,875, 22 cases for the loss of slums ₹ 5.5 lakh and compensation was given to 3 schools for ₹ 20 lakh for the loss in school, thus ₹ 26,09 to a total of 2221 people , Received compensation of 78,416.

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Let us tell you, 53 people were killed in the riots in North East Delhi while around 200 people were injured. After which, on 27 February, compensation was given to the victims under the chairmanship of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. According to the Delhi government’s decision, it was decided to give compensation in this way.

1. Death (Persons above 18 years) – Compensation of 10 lakh rupees

2. Death (Below 18 years) – Compensation of Rs 5 lakhs

3. Permanent Disability – Compensation of Rs. 5 Lakh

4. Serious injury – ₹ 2 lakhs

5. Minor injury – ₹ 20 thousand

6. Orphan – ₹ 3 Lakh

7. Loss of animal – ₹ 5,000

8. Loss of ordinary rickshaw – ₹ 25,000

9. Loss of e-rickshaw / e-Scooty – ₹ 50,000

10. Home broken down / burnt – ₹ 5 lakhs

11. If there is significant damage to the house – ₹ 2.5 lakh

12. Less damage to homes – ₹ 25,000

13. Compensation of ₹ 1,00,000 in cases of complete robbery and vandalism in homes

14. Compensation of ₹ 50,000 for partial looting and theft in homes

15. Loot / theft / loss in uninsured business establishments / shops – maximum ₹ 5,00,000

16. Compensation of Rs 5,00,000 to schools where less than 1000 students study and up to Rs 10,00,000 compensation to schools where more than 1000 students study.

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